How do I copy pinball from a disk onto my hard drive?

Posted By : of Data Doctors on June 21, 1999

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I recently installed Win 98 and lost the Pinball game that came with Win 95 Plus. Is there any way to reinstall it from a plus disk -- or How can it get it back??

This question was answered on June 21, 1999. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.


You should be able to copy the pinball.exe file from the Windows 95 plus disk set Are you familiar with how to copy from the DOS prompt from a disk to your hard drive? Below please find a quick tutorial on copying I believe that pinball.exe is on disk 2 of Windows 95 Plus.

From the DOS prompt-Copying a file

You use the COPY command to copy a file from one disk or directory to another.

Copying from a diskette to a Hard disk:

1 Insert the diskette containing the file you want to copy into drive A:

2 Type

COPY A:\{filename} C:\{pathname} {ENTER}

{Filename} is the full name of the file on the diskette.

{Pathname} is the directory (path) on drive C: (the hard drive) to which you want to copy the file.

If you do not specify the pathname, the file would be copied to the root directory on drive C: For example, if you wanted to copy a file called MEMO.JUN from drive A: to the root directory on drive C: you would type:

COPY A:MEMO.JUN C:\ {ENTER}

To return to Windows, type exit after the DOS prompt.

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Posted by of Data Doctors on June 21, 1999

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