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 PostPost subject: (request) Windows Vista SP1 Beta, Neptune, or Nashville        Posted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 3:35 pm 
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Does anyone have Windows Vista SP1 Beta, Neptune, or Nashville. The unleaked builds, of course.

I especially want Vista SP1 Beta.

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I don't think any of us have the unleaked builds of Vista sp1, Neptune, or Nashville. Therefore, they are unleaked :wink: (and if they have, I don't think they share, otherways they did before I think)

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:38 pm 
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zeehonden_3 wrote:
I don't think any of us have the unleaked builds of Vista sp1, Neptune, or Nashville. Therefore, they are unleaked :wink: (and if they have, I don't think they share, otherways they did before I think)


I meant the unleaked ones, as in, not on internet... for example, Ive been searching through for Vista Beta SP1, and haven't found it yet. 63 bit (edit: I mean 64 bit) or 32 bit, wave1 or wave0.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Oct 19, 2008 11:23 pm 
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motherboardlove wrote:
zeehonden_3 wrote:
I don't think any of us have the unleaked builds of Vista sp1, Neptune, or Nashville. Therefore, they are unleaked :wink: (and if they have, I don't think they share, otherways they did before I think)


I meant the unleaked ones, as in, not on internet... for example, Ive been searching through for Vista Beta SP1, and haven't found it yet. 63 bit or 32 bit, wave1 or wave0.

hey, I want a 63bit version too. Too bad they don't extist. :o

Back on topic: It's 64 bit you meant.

There is only one build of either neptune and nashville. They are quite old and not hosted on http sites.
Vista SP1 wave 0 is actually SP1 with the five main languages.
wave1 is the one with all 36 languages.

People don't collect services packs like they collect beta builds. That's why they are abit hard to find. Second, Vista SP1 is quite large in size, 500MB to 1GB. No one will host/seed old and huge files after a year.


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XDude wrote:
motherboardlove wrote:
zeehonden_3 wrote:
I don't think any of us have the unleaked builds of Vista sp1, Neptune, or Nashville. Therefore, they are unleaked :wink: (and if they have, I don't think they share, otherways they did before I think)


I meant the unleaked ones, as in, not on internet... for example, Ive been searching through for Vista Beta SP1, and haven't found it yet. 63 bit or 32 bit, wave1 or wave0.

hey, I want a 63bit version too. Too bad they don't extist. :o

Back on topic: It's 64 bit you meant.

There is only one build of either neptune and nashville. They are quite old and not hosted on http sites.
Vista SP1 wave 0 is actually SP1 with the five main languages.
wave1 is the one with all 36 languages.

People don't collect services packs like they collect beta builds. That's why they are abit hard to find. Second, Vista SP1 is quite large in size, 500MB to 1GB. No one will host/seed old and huge files after a year.


There is also a beta wave 0 and 1.


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i mention that
all leaked builds includes 16549, 16606, 16633, 16659, 17042, 17052, 17128
happy hunting


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i used to have vista sp1 beta, but i got annoyed because it wouldn't uninstall and then I deleted the installer. :(


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It probably won't uninstall because it may have been intergated with Windows Vista so maybe it won't uninstall because if you do you'll lose some features.


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Thlump wrote:
It probably won't uninstall because it may have been intergated with Windows Vista so maybe it won't uninstall because if you do you'll lose some features.


yh it wouldn't let me uninstall through the installed updates window. All I could do was reformat.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Thu Oct 30, 2008 9:14 am 
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Hi,
I have the beta of Windows Neptune. It's build 5111, I think build 5000 was never leaked.

If you could give me a ftp-server i can upload it for you.

Best regards.


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luki752000 wrote:
Hi,
I have the beta of Windows Neptune. It's build 5111, I think build 5000 was never leaked.

If you could give me a ftp-server i can upload it for you.

Best regards.


No need, all of the servers have it already. (Since the beginning)

Thanks for the offer through.

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