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 PostPost subject: Memphis build 1351 and ME beta 3 build 2499        Posted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 4:55 pm 
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Is there a way to remove the timebomb on these OS? I tired of these timebombs


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I once posted some instructions to remove the timebombs for these builds back in December 2007 not long after I first joined, and a member sent me a PM for more instructions after he saw my previous instructions, and wanted me to do the same thing for Millenium Build 2332.

For Memphis Build 1351:
1. Create a Windows 95 OSR2 Boot Disk (A Windows 98 one would work but Memphis Build 1351 uses the Windows 95 OSR2 IO.SYS and COMMAND.COM files, as well as other MS-DOS and even Windows related files, the only difference for the MS-DOS related files is the timebomb).
2. Install Memphis Build 1351 as usual.
3. When the system is about to restart, insert the Windows 95 OSR2 Boot Disk into your floppy disk drive or CD-ROM Drive (or select the floppy disk image if this is in an emulator).
4. After the system is finished booting to the Windows 95 OSR2 Boot Disk, type SYS C:.
5. Restart the system.

For Millenium Build 2499:
1. Create a Windows ME Boot Disk using the final version of Windows ME.
2. Install Millenium Build 2499 as usual.
3. When the system is about to restart, insert the Windows ME Boot Disk into your floppy disk drive or CD-ROM Drive (or select the floppy disk image if this is in an emulator).
4. After the system is finished booting to the Windows ME Boot Disk, type SYS C:.
5. Restart the system.

This would probably work (I think these are some of the best builds for this type of timebomb removal :P ).


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