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Install Sidekick 95 in Microsoft Virtual PC?

Install Sidekick 95 in Microsoft Virtual PC?

Install Sidekick 95 in Microsoft Virtual PC?

With Windows XP as host operating system, could Sidekick 95 be installed on a "guest" Windows 95 operatin system in Microsoft Virtual PC?  I tried because that seemed such a logical solution but I can't even get my old Windows 95 disk to load on a virtual disk in MS Virtual PC (oem the reason??).  Any suggestions.
mickygriff: I sure would be willing to spend some $$ for an XP version of Sidekick 95.  It has served my needs perfectly for many many years.  Now this!  No wonder I'm goin' nuts!

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