Windows Nashville Build 999

edited June 2018 in Product Comments

Windows Nashville Build 999

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  • There was also a build 1056, which was leaked by someone on BetaArchive back in 2014, but it's probably not 100% real. Build 999 is pretty much the only "real" build for Windows Nashville.

  • Build 1056 is just a Plus! pack based around Nashville's features.

  • yes, how exactly do i install? rebooting just left the vm on a black screen with a blinking gray line.

  • Please correct installation instructions. I can't get upgrade from Windows 95 OSR2, I'm upgrading it from Windows 3.1.

  • edited June 2019

    Nashville installs easily as an upgrade from Windows 95 OSR2 in PCem, but it will not upgrade if Windows 95 is installed on a FAT32 partition.

  • Thanks for clarifying this. Nashville does not support FAT32. Updated the entry.

  • Can you please make the instructions more clear? I have no idea how to run the setup on Windows 3.1. I want to use Windows 3.1 Because I experience problems on Windows 95.

  • @val123039 said:
    Can you please make the instructions more clear? I have no idea how to run the setup on Windows 3.1. I want to use Windows 3.1 Because I experience problems on Windows 95.

    You'll need cd-rom support in Windows 3.1 (use ms-dos 6.22 with cd-rom support), then run setup from your D drive.

  • @jonirob said:

    @val123039 said:
    Can you please make the instructions more clear? I have no idea how to run the setup on Windows 3.1. I want to use Windows 3.1 Because I experience problems on Windows 95.

    You'll need cd-rom support in Windows 3.1 (use ms-dos 6.22 with cd-rom support), then run setup from your D drive.

    Thanks, it worked finally! I really appreciate the help.

  • @val123039 You're welcome.

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