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Re: Debian and win95

> Hello Sorry for the waste of BW... but I need some advice.  I "need" to
> install winblows95 (cringe) again..  I would like to install it on my
> second HD... hdc1 While keeping Debian on my main HD...hda2 swap is hda1
> and to use lilo to switch between the two... with Debian being the main
> OS I thought I was finished with 95, but my wife needs to use win95... 
> The question when I get around to installing win95... what will happen
> to the mbr on the hda should I disconnect the drive and then install
> win95 ?  I guess the question is how do I go about this process without
> trashing Debian which is my "main" OS..  Any and All Help is very
> Welcome!

If you keep a resque floppy handy, you should have to worry about much.
You can keep both harddrives in and install win95.  Yes, this will wipe
the mbr to only boot win95, but with a resque disk you can restore lilo
(at the prompt type resque root=/dev/hda1 I believe) to boot both OS's.

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