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Kevin, this may be caused by a defective sector or an incomplete file. On startup, go to DOS and type scandisk. ScanDisk might patch it, but if the hard drive has too many bad sectors or files, it could take very long. Of course you will have to have a DOS startup disk. You could also try to get into safemode. To get into Windows 95 Safe Mode, as the computer is booting, when you either hear a beep or when you see the message "Starting Windows 95", press your F8 key on the top of your keyboard. If done properly you should get into the Windows 95 Startup menu. From here select the Safe Mode with Command Prompt would also allow you to have access to the command line (MS-DOS prompt).
 
Check the Bios on your machine and see if it recognizes the HDD. Do you have Win95 on CD or Floppy Disk? Do you have a working CD drive? Does your computer allow to boot from CD (Check in the BIOS)?

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Postagem original de: oldturkey03 ,

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Kevin, this may be caused by a defective sector or an incomplete file. On startup, go to DOS and type scandisk. ScanDisk might patch it, but if the hard drive has too many bad sectors or files, it could take very long. Of course you will have to have a DOS startup disk. You could also try to get into safemode. To get into Windows 95 Safe Mode, as the computer is booting, when you either hear a beep or when you see the message "Starting Windows 95", press your F8 key on the top of your keyboard. If done properly you should get into the Windows 95 Startup menu. From here select the Safe Mode with Command Prompt would also allow you to have access to the command line (MS-DOS prompt).

Check the Bios on your machine and see if it recognizes the HDD. Do you have Win95 on CD or Floppy Disk? Do you have a working CD drive? Does your computer allow to boot from CD (Check in the BIOS)?

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