[REQ] Some Operating System Requests (Not Betas)

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[REQ] Some Operating System Requests (Not Betas)

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Many operating system are listed here:
- MS-DOS 5 Upgrade
- MS-DOS 5.0a Upgrade
- MS-DOS 6 Upgrade 1993 version
- MS-DOS 6.2 Step-Up
- MS-DOS 6.2 Upgrade
- MS-DOS 6.22 Upgrade
- Some versions of GEM Desktop (1.1, 1.2, 2.1 and 2.2)
- Tandy DeskMate 01.01.00
- Tandy DeskMate II 01.00.00
- Tandy DeskMate 03.00.00
- Tandy DeskMate 03.02.00
- Tandy DeskMate 03.03.01
- Tandy DeskMate 03.04.04
- Tandy DeskMate 03.05.00
- Mac OS 7.6 CD-ROM
- OS/2 2.1 Upgrade
- OS/2 Warp 3.0 for DOS and Windows 3.1 w/BP
- OS/2 Warp 3.0 with Bonus Pak floppy version
- Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.1 Upgrade
- Microsoft Windows Workgroup Add-On 3.11
- Microsoft Windows 95 Upgrade floppy version*
- Microsoft Windows 95 Companion OEM
- Microsoft Windows 95B and plus! OEM
- Microsoft Windows 95B With USB Support OSR/2.1 OEM
- Microsoft Windows 95B With USB Support and plus! OSR/2.1 OEM
- Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition and plus! 98 OEM
- Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition Upgrade*
- Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition High Encryption OEM
- Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition Upgrade*
- Microsoft Windows NT 3.5 Upgrade (either Workstation or Server)
- Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation Step-Up
- Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 Workstation*
- Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Server & Option Pack
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server 10-Client OEM
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server Corporate Edition
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Prof. with SP1 OEM
- Some Windows 2000 Corporate Edition (either Prof. or Adv.Server)
(if you see this *, I have already copy of these operating systems and ready to be uploaded)

Edit: Fixed Microsoft Windows 95 Upgrade floppy version has been ready to be uploaded.
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Post by Rob Jansen »

What do you want, upload or download because you say REQUEST and
Edit: Fixed Microsoft Windows 95 Upgrade floppy version has been ready to be uploaded.
Windows 2000 is always corporate (because it doesnt require activation) and Windows 2000 is considered WAREZ.

So Windows 2000 is out of the question.


Windows 95 releases are on the server.
The companion edition is just a Windows 95 disk with PLUS! on a seperate disk.

Windows 98 are on the server

Windows ME High Encryption OEM doesnt exist.

Windows NT 3.5 and 3.51 are only fulls (when setup is started they upgrade if existing version is found) and Step-up doesnt exist (only at ME)

The other versions i dont know about.

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I've finished uploading Windows 95 Upgrade floppy version. I've searched Windows 95 upgrade on the BetaArchive server is not floppy, so I will upload it. To download, you need +10 posts and join.
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DjRob wrote:Windows 2000 is always corporate (because it doesnt require activation) and Windows 2000 is considered WAREZ.
The difference with the corporate version of windows 2000, is it doesn't ask for a
key during the installation, whereas the oem or retail builds ask for a key.

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Re: [REQ] Some Operating System Requests (Not Betas)

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trustBA wrote:Many operating system are listed here:
-Deskmate 03.05.02
- Mac OS 7.6 CD-ROM
Well, firstly, Deskmate is not an Operating System. It's an interface, just like Windows 3.x and above. I have original floppies with Deskmate 03.05.02. I don't know if they work because my tandy is not on her good days. I'll check them and I'll tell you.

About that Mac OS I have those floppies too, I never heard of a CD before. Please let me know if you get it.
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There is an OS 7.6 CD, I have it too (only a download though, not original).
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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:There is an OS 7.6 CD, I have it too (only a download though, not original).
GREAT!
Can we have it Please?
Thanks!

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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:There is an OS 7.6 CD, I have it too (only a download though, not original).
I have the original ISO if anyone wants it. Not sure if it's considered abandonware or not. I know they released 7.5.3 for public download, so maybe it is....
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4tified wrote:
Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:There is an OS 7.6 CD, I have it too (only a download though, not original).
I have the original ISO if anyone wants it. Not sure if it's considered abandonware or not. I know they released 7.5.3 for public download, so maybe it is....
It is abandonware.
System 7.5.4 is from 1991 so I suppose it is.
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Post by Vista Ultimate R2 »

6.0.8, 7.0 and 7.5.5 (update from the free 7.5.3) are the only ones that Apple allow you to download but anything from Mac OS X 10.3 Panther and previous is abandonware as far as it no longer receives new updates, and Mac OS 8.1 and older are non-warez as per the 10-years rule in force hre.
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Chicago wrote:
4tified wrote: I have the original ISO if anyone wants it. Not sure if it's considered abandonware or not. I know they released 7.5.3 for public download, so maybe it is....
It is abandonware.
System 7.5.4 is from 1991 so I suppose it is.
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Dion wrote:
DjRob wrote:Windows 2000 is always corporate (because it doesnt require activation) and Windows 2000 is considered WAREZ.
The difference with the corporate version of windows 2000, is it doesn't ask for a
key during the installation, whereas the oem or retail builds ask for a key.
OEM and Retail builds can be made into corporate builds by simply editing setupp.ini iirc.

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Yeah, that can be done.

I had downloaded an RTM Edition of Windows XP, but it was OEM, it had instruction to alter some text in there (there are only 2 lines) and it was an VLK.

It has many advantages with XP, but for Windows 2000 it almost doesnt matter if you integrated the key itself in the Retail/OEM.

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Re: [REQ] Some Operating System Requests (Not Betas)

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I don't think Windows 98 is on the server all i see are beta versions of Windows 98 in the betas but no release versions are on there as far as I can tell

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