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    Kraków my love :)

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Which one what?
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If all you have is a CD, then use the iso file that is in zip format.
If you have a floppy drive, then use the package for the floppy.
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When I click on the Memtest link there are several options, which one?
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Memtest is a stand a loan program. It does not install or run from windows.

If you will boot from a CD, then use the iso file that is in zip format

if you intend to boot from a floppy, then use the package for the floppy.

Once you boot from the CD or floppy, the program will automatically run.
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