x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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AussieCartoonFan2001A
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x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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Hello there, I have opened the iso file of Windows NT 5.0 Enterprise Server Build 1855 with 7zip and I discovered that there is a I386 folder and when I went to that folder there was nothing there and it is empty.

These two images show the evidence

https://www.betaarchive.com/imageupload ... .69770.jpg

https://www.betaarchive.com/imageupload ... .63550.jpg

I wonder why they didn't even made a x86 port of this build of Windows 2000 despite the fact the iso image file contained a I386 folder.

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Re: x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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I am pretty sure that an x86 compile of this build does exist, it just hasn't been leaked.
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Re: x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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By the way: Did someone finally manage to install this build on their AXP machine?

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Re: x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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Beluga wrote:By the way: Did someone finally manage to install this build on their AXP machine?
Yes: https://betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=39931
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Re: x86 port of Windows NT 5.0 Build 1855

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Thank you, cool to see this! It just got me curious, so I am trying to install it as well right now :)

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