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First post, by WBM1992

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Hello,
I'm looking for Windows 95 ISO file to emulate Windows 95. I got some on winworldpc but they had a bug with sound. the virtual machine would make loud beeping sounds.

If someone has one that works and would care to share it, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
WBM1992

Reply 1 of 3, by darry

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WBM1992 wrote on 2020-09-11, 14:56:
Hello, I'm looking for Windows 95 ISO file to emulate Windows 95. I got some on winworldpc but they had a bug with sound. the vi […]
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Hello,
I'm looking for Windows 95 ISO file to emulate Windows 95. I got some on winworldpc but they had a bug with sound. the virtual machine would make loud beeping sounds.

If someone has one that works and would care to share it, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
WBM1992

Requesting and/or sharing copyrighted software is not allowed here . See the terms of use at the bottom of each forum page .

I suggest you purchase original official install media and license .

Reply 2 of 3, by Jorpho

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WBM1992 wrote on 2020-09-11, 14:56:

I'm looking for Windows 95 ISO file to emulate Windows 95. I got some on winworldpc but they had a bug with sound. the virtual machine would make loud beeping sounds.

Your question is unclear. The term "ISO file" is generally used to refer to a CD image. If you are looking for an image of a Windows 95 installation CD, then it is unlikely any "ISO file" you can find will somehow be less buggy than any other "ISO file".

Are you looking for a virtual machine with Windows 95 pre-installed? That is not generally referred to as an "ISO file". There's really no better name for such a thing than "virtual machine with Windows 95 pre-installed", or maybe "virtual machine image".

In any case, distribution of both installation CD images and virtual machine images is piracy and tends not to be discussed openly.

If you are having trouble with virtual machines, then perhaps you should provide more details. Are you using VMware, or PCem, or DOSBox-X, or something else?