Re: iso cds downloaded to Windows 98se Desktop; can't understand how to checksum

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ELLEN ROBIN schreef:
> Hello,
> I have downloaded iso cds 1-5 from mirror site.
> I had to get sha1sum from another independent site because it would not download but only run on the mirror site.
> I still do not understand how to check the downloaded iso files with the downloaded sha1sum.exe file.
> I tried putting it in system32 as I had read from a volunteer's  site, but could not figure out where the prompt is that he suggested entering a run command within.  I tried the run dialogue box in Windows, but it would not work with what I entered.
> I would love to follow precautions and feel that I am learning to do something correctly rather than creating a mess no better than Window's madness.
> I would appreciate the assistance of a knowledgeable FC user.
> Thank you.
> Sincerely,
> Mitchell
all instructions can be found here

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