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This article describes how to copy files and programs from a CD-ROM to a hard disk. The following topics are included in this article:
Copying Files from a CD-ROM to a Hard DiskWhen you install a program from a CD-ROM, files are automatically copied to your hard disk; you should not have to perform any additional actions or copy any additional files to your hard disk. However, it may be useful to copy files from a CD-ROM to a hard disk (for example, to view files at a higher speed, to permit alteration of the files, and so on). To copy files from a CD-ROM to a hard disk:
Copying Programs from a CD-ROM to a Hard DiskMost programs you install from CD-ROM cannot be copied to a hard disk. Instead, most or all of the files are automatically copied to the hard disk when you install the program from the CD-ROM. Because of this, you do not typically need to perform any additional copying to use your program on your hard disk. Note that some Setup programs can be run after you copy the Setup files to a "flat" folder on your hard disk. For additional information about installing a program from a flat folder on your hard disk, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/169501/EN-US/ )How to Install Windows 95 from a Hard Disk
Article ID: 259252 - Last Review: January 27, 2007 - Revision: 1.3
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