A simpler method is to unpack the disk1 stuff into temp\disk1, and theQuote:>Win32s (32 bit addressing Windows apps), does not work without a fight
>under OS/2. You must first de-install any existing Win32s. Under DOS,
>delete any WIN32*.* files.
>Then you must install the OLD Win32S version 1.15. The current version
>1.25 does not work.
>Microsoft does not provide version 1.15 any more. They further prohibit
>vendors from bundling it. With help, I found a copy at
>Be careful, urls are case sensitive.
>I created a C:\TEMP directory and unzipped the file into it under Windows.
>Then, under Windows I ran TEMP\SETUP.EXE.
>It humed for a while, then complained it could not find file C:\DISK1\X.X.
>At this point, behind its back, I RENAMEd the C:\TEMP directory to
>C:\DISK1, and hit retry. It chugged away for a while then similarly
>complained it could not find C:\DISK2\XXX.DLL. I cheated again, renaming
>directory DISK1 to DISK2 and I hit retry. I coninued in this vein humoring
>the faulty install program designed only for floppy use.
disk2 stuff into temp\disk2. Then the install program is happy, and
doesn't need tricking.
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