using a windows installation

Dan Adams danadams at
Wed Oct 8 13:31:12 CDT 2003

Well, I have an old win98 se disc. Is there a way that I could install
that somewhere and then use that? What is the advantage to having a real
registry? And cant you just copy over the dlls and fonts somewhere?

On Wed, 2003-10-08 at 14:01, Ivan Leo Murray-Smith wrote:
> Use a fake one. Using a real one allows you to use original microsoft dlls,
> fonts and registry, but you can't do that if your windows os is read only. Also,
> wine only works well with windows 95/98/me, so using a fake installation is the
> best option for you.
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