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BTTR Software
 'Follow these directions taken from a Borland Newsgroup. Subject: Re: Installation help for Turbo C++ verios 1.01 and 2.01 Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 16:07:20
 +0200 From: Robert Riebisch Organization: BerCom Computervertrieb GmbH Newsgroups: borland.public.cpp.turbocpp References: 1 Hello! What OS do you
 use? For all OS's you have to copy all files to one directory. Then use the "subst" command. For DOS: subst a: c:\tmp\tc201 install ... subst a: /d For W2k it is
 similar but you have to choose a driveletter which is not in use. In DOS it must be valid/in use.

Robert Riebisch -- BTTR Software


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