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Post your Operating System CD collection

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Show us your OS CD`s. Alpha, beta, retail, whatever. Why? because they`re beautiful

Heres mine:
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OS/2 Warp 3.0 (Danish)

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OS/2 Warp 3.0 Try`n`buy (English)

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Windows NT 3.51 Workstation (English)

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Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (Danish)

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Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (Danish)

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Windows NT 4.0 Server (English)

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Windows 95 "gold" (Danish)

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Windows 95 with Plus! unknown version (Danish)

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Windows 95 unknown version, dated 1996 (Danish)

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Windows 95b ORS 2.1 (Danish)

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Windows 95c OSR 2.5 (Danish)

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Windows 98 (Danish)

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Windows 98 Upgrade (Danish)

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Windows 98 SE (Danish)

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Windows 98 SE (Danish)

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Windows 2000 Professional (English)

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Windows ME (Danish)

And tons of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Edubuntu CD`s...
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you can see pictures of my OS beta collection here but i also have XP Home, XP Pro SP1, 95, 98SE and Win3.11 floppies

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I have:
On CD-R:
MS-DOS 7.0 Beta
Windows 1.01
Windows 2.03
Windows 3.0
Windows with Multimedia Extensions 1.0 (Version 3.0)
Windows 3.1 Build 34e
Windows 3.1 Build 61d
Windows 3.1 RC??? (Damaged)
Some files from Windows 3.1 Build 68 (Damaged???)
Windows for Workgroups 3.1 Codenamed Sparta Build 14e
Windows for Workgroups 3.11
Windows 3.11 Beta (Damaged)
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (mislabeled as Windows 3.11)
Windows 3.2 Simplified Chinese (Red China Internationa Icon)
Chicago Build 58s
Chicago Build 73
Chicago Build 73g
Chicago Build 81
Chicago Build 122
Chicago Build 189
Chicago Build 224 (Damaged)
Chicago Build 324
Chicago Build 347
Chicago Build 462
Chicago Build 468 (Incomplete)
Chicago Build 490
Nashville Build 999
Windows 95 OSR2.5
Memphis Build 1351
Memphis Build 1387
Memphis Build 1400
Memphis Build 1488
Memphis Build 1511
Memphis Build 1525
Memphis Build 1532 (Rare???)
Memphis Build 1619/Windows 98 Retail mix

Non-downloaded Operating Systems:
MS-DOS 4.01 Packard Bell OEM
Packard Bell Restore Disk (Damaged)
MS-DOS 6.22 (Damaged)
Windows 3.1 Packard Bell OEM (Only four disks )
Windows 3.11 OEM (Damaged)
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 (Damaged)
Windows 95 Original, about 14 disks.
IBM Aptiva PS/1 Restore CD-ROM (Includes Windows 95, password for zip files is "magic").
Windows 95 Companion, from AST PC, OEM, no Setup.exe.
Windows 95 OSR2.1 OEM, from Dell PC.
Emachines Restore CD-ROM (Includes Windows 98)
Windows 98 FE, OEM, from Gateway PC.
Windows 98 SE Not Original CD-ROM but it's from Hasbro , unfortunately damaged hopefully it can be cleaned.
Windows ME OEM??? Worked great with the PCs I installed it on.
Windows 2000 (Not original CD-ROM)
Windows XP Professional Dell OEM.

Manuals:
MS-DOS 6.0 Packard Bell OEM Manual
Windows 3.11 OEM Manual
Windows for Workgroups 3.11 OEM Manual (Bad condition, but it was my first Windows manual )
Three Windows 95 Retail Manuals (One is from my first PC, still have it, hope I can get it working again soon)
Windows 95 OEM Manual (From same Dell PC as the Windows 95 OSR2.1 CD-ROM)
Various Windows 98 OEM Manuals
Windows XP Professional OEM Manual (from Dell PC)

Packaging:
Not much packaging. I have a copy of the back of the Windows ME packaging that someone made, but that's it unfotunately. We used to have a full copy of the Retail version of Windows 95 with CD-ROM, but I don't know where it is now. It might have been thrown away . I also had the packaging from my Windows 95 Retail (about) 14 Floppy Disk
version but the packaging dissapeared not long after I took it home for an old 486 I purchased at a yard sale .

I wish I could take some pictures (and screenshots for the downloaded OS's) of this stuff but I'm not sure where my camara is. Also, I don't like to go wasting my time playing with modern junk when I could be installing an old Chicago Build or making an attempt to mimic Chicago Build 34. However, if you want pictures, just tell me and I'll try to take some pictures (and screenshots of the downloaded stuff) of these OS's.
I know pictures are expected but if you want pictures/screenshots I promise I'll try to take some. Also, I unfortunately have a Dial-Up connection but it won't be long before I have access to a DSL connection.

Again, if anyone wants pictures/screenshots, please tell me and I'll try my best.

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Post by intellivision »

What exactly is Warp 3 try n buy? is it like a live cd?

Windows 98SE
Windows 2k pro + server
Windows XP Pro
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Couple of ubuntu (thx shipit) but thats about it.
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intellivision wrote:What exactly is Warp 3 try n buy? is it like a live cd?
I never got the time to install and test it.

From the booklet:
"This OS/2 Warp Try and Buy CD-ROM contains a 45 day trial copy of the full OS/2 Warp product, plus an extensive set of office and communication applications called BonusPak.

You have 45 days to work with this exiting new operating system; at any timne during this 45 day trial period, you may decide to purchase OS/2 Warp."

I can upload it to a server, if anybody is interested.
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Post by Kenneth »

I'm interested.

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Windows 95 unknown version, dated 1996 (Danish)
It's an OEM version. Also, it might be dated 1996 because it's Windows 95A.

Also, you have a nice collection of retail OS CDs.

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Here's some of my OSes (left out most duplicates/OEMs/betas/random floppies/trials) -

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Probably looks more than it is because I spread them all out!
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WinPC

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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:Here's some of my OSes (left out most duplicates/OEMs/betas/random floppies/trials) -

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Probably looks more than it is because I spread them all out!
I think you should show the betas. hjort wants everyone to show their beta CDs. That's partly what this topic is about. Also, what's in your MSDN subscriptions?
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Post by empireum »

WinPC wrote:I think you should show the betas. hjort wants everyone to show their beta CDs. That's partly what this topic is about.
He said alpha, beta, retail, whatever and also showed pics of non-beta CDs himself. In fact, hjort only showed pics of retail CDs.

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Post by Vista Ultimate R2 »

There's a separate topic for beta discs The MSDN discs are various stuff, some Windows 3.1/3.11/95/NT3/NT4 stuff, Dos, SBS, betas, Office 97, Office 2000, SDKs, DDKs, etc
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Windows OCManage wrote:I'm interested.
OS/2 Warp try and buy uploaded to the SillyProject server

Thanks for the info WinPC, i got a ton of Windows 95 CD`s, it`s getting really difficult for me to find the difference between them


Edit: I just bought Windows 2000 Pro beta 3 and NT 3.51 server
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hjort wrote:Edit: I just bought Windows 2000 Pro beta 3 and NT 3.51 server
Nice!
Well all I really have on CD is the 'major' OS',
Windows 98SE (only the setup files)
Windows 2000
Windows XP SP2
ALL Mac OS X from 10.0 > 10.4

I'm slowly building my colleciton of beta floppies and CD's, I've only 10GB of downloads a month, but with the neighbours 30GB/mth that should help

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Post by merty »

happy dude wrote:
hjort wrote:Edit: I just bought Windows 2000 Pro beta 3 and NT 3.51 server
Nice!
Well all I really have on CD is the 'major' OS',
Windows 98SE (only the setup files)
Windows 2000
Windows XP SP2
ALL Mac OS X from 10.0 > 10.4

I'm slowly building my colleciton of beta floppies and CD's, I've only 10GB of downloads a month, but with the neighbours 30GB/mth that should help
I think he meant Legit stuff

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Here is my stuff:
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Vista, e.g. is from Technet --> this label

Namronia

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Ludacris wrote:Here is my stuff:
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Vista, e.g. is from Technet --> this label
most of them are illegal, the PDC cds are "self burned", or better, all your longhorns i can see now are selfburned, then i would have thousands of cds

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Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:Here's some of my OSes (left out most duplicates/OEMs/betas/random floppies/trials) -

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Probably looks more than it is because I spread them all out!
Nice collection What is Windows 95 resource kit?
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Yesterday I bought the Mac OS X Pubic Beta.

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D.Konieczny wrote:Yesterday I bought the Mac OS X Pubic Beta.
Laugh of the day... (sorry, i just had to)

Anyways, I kinda want to find a copy of that, too.
-Jeff

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merty wrote:I think he meant Legit stuff
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hjort wrote:What is Windows 95 resource kit?
It's a big (1350 pages) book aimed at IT pros that tells you pretty much everything you could want to know about Windows 95 - in MS's words "The Professional's Companion to Windows 95 - the technical guide to planning for, installing, configuring and supporting Windows 95 in your organisation". There's also a CD "Resource Kit Utilities" included in a pocket in the back. I found this at a grab-it-if-you-want-it clearout of some old computer bits a while back so that's how it got into my collection
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hjort wrote:
Vista Ultimate R2 wrote:Here's some of my OSes (left out most duplicates/OEMs/betas/random floppies/trials) -

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Probably looks more than it is because I spread them all out!
Nice collection What is Windows 95 resource kit?
The Windows 95 Resource Kit is a manual provided by Microsoft. The manual includes information such as information about Setup, Troubleshooting, and deployment. As with other Resource Kits by Microsoft, utilities are provided.

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Here are mine:

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Not very much ATM...
The MS-DOS Floppys are the coolest

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I have got some older floppy's.

MS-DOS 5 and 3.0 on 5 1/4 floppy, never used.

I will post a pic soon

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D.Konieczny wrote:The MS-DOS Floppys are the coolest
If you like the DOS disks, these 4.01 ones I've got are quite nice, as they have the old Microsoft logo from Windows 1.0x -

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