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1 With the Windows 95A original release, I am able to dual boot to Windows 3.xx by pressing F4 on start up. Can I dual boot 95B, 95C or Windows 98 to Windows 3.xx the same way?
2 Windows doesn't seem to recognize my secondary drive whenever I open the "My computer" icon. The added drive doesn't appear as a letter in the screen. I've already checked the connections, and I find nothing wrong with themů
3 Windows 95 only allows me to create a 2 GB partition.
4 Will Ultra-SCSI drives work with my SCSI-2 host adapter?
5 Will the Ultra ATA work with standard IDE interface?
6 Will my new SCSI drive boot my computer?
7 Will adding an EIDE Interface increase disk performance?
8 Why won't my new hard drive auto-detect through the Add New Hardware feature?
9 Why use software for translation?
10 Why must the primary partition on my hard drive be active?
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