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CD-ROM INSTALLATION : Latest Information



This file contains information not available during the printing of

the manual. Please read its contents before you proceed with the

installation procedure.

This file contains the following sections :

1. Running the Installation Program

2. MSCDEX driver



The installation program allows you to set up your CD-ROM drive

under Windows 3.1/DOS or Windows 95.

To set up your drive in Windows 3.1/DOS, run INSTALL.EXE at the

DOS prompt.

To set up your drive in Windows 95, run SETUP.EXE in Windows 95.



To use your CD-ROM drive under Windows 3.1 or DOS, the

Microsoft CD-ROM extension driver (MSCDEX.EXE) must be loaded.

The installation allows you to search for this driver in your

system. It will then copy this driver to your <dir>\DRV directory

and place a command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file to load this

driver when your system boots up.

Note : <dir> is your target installation directory.

If you do not have the MSCDEX.EXE driver in your system,option 2

allows you to add a remarked statement in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

If you do so, you will then need to obtain this driver from your

vendor and copy it to your <dir>\DRV sub-directory. Finally,

remember to remove "REM" from the command that loads the

MSCDEX.EXE driver in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.


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