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Article #15626: CDROM only install needs cd in drive on startup

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FAQ626C.txt   CDROM only install needs cd in drive on startup
Category   :Install Issues
Platform    :Win95/NT
Product    :   BC++4.5x   BC++5.x   TC++Win4.5

Question:


How can I set up a cd-rom only install so that I do not need the cdrom in
the drive when I start my computer?

Answer:


Step 1: 
Do a normal cd-rom only install

Step 2: 
Look at your system.ini file in the windows\system
directory.  under the [386enh] section, there will be
some statements pointing at the cdrom drive.  
You need to copy the files that are pointed at onto your
hard drive and change the statement so that it points at        
your hard drive instead of the cd-rom drive.

Step 3:
Look at your path statement.  If there is any reference to
your cd-rom drive in your path, you will need to have any 
cd in your drive.  If you remove this statement, it will no
longer look to your cd-rom drive.

7/2/98 10:32:32 AM
 

Last Modified: 01-SEP-99