Microsoft Office 95 / 97 / 2000

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  1. BURAOT

    BURAOT MDL Novice

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    I lost my email :) and ive been busy with other Game Forums, about EFA11 sorry to hear about it.
     
  2. mips13

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    Thread necro but you can find msdn iso images on archive dot org
     
  3. ccypruss000

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    i find office 95 97 and 2000 Greek versions.
     
  4. Artemus2013

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    Quick browse of this thread, did not see where Office Professional Retail English ISOs are available. Is that correct?
     
  5. Rallye89

    Rallye89 MDL Novice

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    tried every link, nothing active, maybe someone could help us?
     
  6. pottzman

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    #126 pottzman, May 19, 2020
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    Just thought I would add this. I currently have the same 4 cd set of Office 2000 Premium SR-1 as follows

    Code:
    05358b06b180ce6100872482e792e4198f2ebe78 *O9PRMCD01.iso
    4d76f157fda32e6d89795a5e33ca2e0f46999f5d *O9PRMCD02.iso
    dd05eb85dd175f812407f8ba1aaa83011f467619 *PD002CD1.iso
    64499205f55bedf6322138a07cde78fcac9f02bd *PD002CD2.iso
    I have just acquired a 2nd set that has slightly different CD1 and CD2 but are not the CD's Vanelle posted.

    I have extracted all the install files and compared them against my first set and found that the file dates appear to be a later version than mine. My file dates are 1st March 2000. The 2nd set have a date of 25 April 2000. The installer MSI also has 1 small difference. It has a reference to a function called "FixWin2KRegEntries". other than that they appear identical. I have made an SVF to create cd1 and cd2 from set above. Is it worth having this set? The more the merrier right?
     

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  7. vanelle

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    #127 vanelle, May 19, 2020
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    your source 1 + 2 is
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Premium - SR-1 - LVP (1)
    Code:
    05358b06b180ce6100872482e792e4198f2ebe78 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP_CD1_0200_X05-37692.iso
    4d76f157fda32e6d89795a5e33ca2e0f46999f5d *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP_CD2_0200_X05-37694.iso
    dd05eb85dd175f812407f8ba1aaa83011f467619 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP_CD3_0200_X05-37696.iso
    64499205f55bedf6322138a07cde78fcac9f02bd *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP_CD4_0200_X05-37698.iso
    
    your target 1 / 2 belongs to
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Premium - SR-1 - LVP (2):
    Code:
    312a7b922ce394beb4a9a98c0c51289b6075ab3b *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP-2_CD1_20000426_O9PRMCD01_RR.iso
    DB73AC35B2C3F0818C1D74D9E96D5C6A81C5DC51 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP-2_CD2_20000426_O9PRMCD02_RR.iso
    dd05eb85dd175f812407f8ba1aaa83011f467619 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP-2_CD3_20000228_PD002CD1.iso
    64499205f55bedf6322138a07cde78fcac9f02bd *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_LVP-2_CD4_20000228_PD002CD2.iso
    
    and / or your target 2 belongs to (depend on cd set)
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Professional - SR-1 - (1):
    Code:
    88a80f88b06cc82d6eb5717ca0a0a89c42c78f12 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(1)_CD1_20000516_O9PROCD01_RR.iso
    DB73AC35B2C3F0818C1D74D9E96D5C6A81C5DC51 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(1)_CD2_20000426_O9PRMCD02_RR.iso
    
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Professional - SR-1 - LVP (1):
    Code:
    373E2F24630E825FD5352EE7D444FBF60F44CDBE *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_LVP_CD1_20000425_O9PROCD01_RR.iso
    DB73AC35B2C3F0818C1D74D9E96D5C6A81C5DC51 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_LVP_CD2_20000426_O9PRMCD02_RR.iso
    
    EDIT
    Apparently, "LVP" stands for License Verification Program and
    were typically sold cheaply to students.
    The LVP version should use forced registration after the 50th program launch.

    LVP is somewhere between Trial and Student Edition
     
  8. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    LVP was used outside the US in several countries for ALL retail editions - which ones escape me right now. LVP was also used on USA and Canada "Educational Editions" - which included copies licensed to schools & staff.

    Microsoft first released "SR-1" which had a botched product key verification. A few days later, a revised "SR-1a" was released. This change could be seen in the subtle renaming of the corrected one to "O2KSR1aDL.exe" from "O2KSR1DL.exe". The much larger Data1.exe remained unchanged, since it essentially was just a complete replacement of Internet Explorer with a newer edition.

    Regardless, all editions of O2K at build SR-1 or higher no longer require activation/verification after April 15, 2003.
     
  9. vanelle

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    @Artemus2013
    LVP was used outside the US in several countries for ALL retail editions

    wich countries ?

    all SR1 sr1a i have collected from similar all countries have normal FPP for Retail and not LVP as retail
    like CSY, DEU, FRA, ITA, JPN, NLD, NOR, PTB, PTG, SVN, SVN
     
  10. Sajjo

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  11. pottzman

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    I have a version of Office 2000 Professional SR-1 2 cd that is currently being shipped. When it arrives I will be sure to check hashes with your list and if it is not in your list I will upload it to your dump folder
     
  12. pottzman

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    am I missing something here. If you look at the premium LVP cd set the first 2 cd's are created with the old BUZZSAW and the Photodraw cd's are created with CDIMAGE 2.43. But the MSDN cd set cd 's 1 and 2 are created with CDIMAGE 2.39, the first Photodraw cd is created with CDIMAGE 2.39 but the 2nd Photodraw cd is created with CDIMAGE 2.43 and has the same SHA1 as the LVP image. The Volume labels of the LVP Photodraw cd's are PD002CD1/2 to identify Photodraw V2 but the MSDN set cd1 has a volume label of PD001CD1 but cd2 is PD002CD2. It seems that the Photodraw CD1 from MSDN set is the odd man out. I'm not saying that it isn't official but did microsoft just get the volume label wrong for that cd image. seems funny. Hope that wasn't hard to follow
     
  13. vanelle

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    EN non LVP SR-1

    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Professional - SR-1 - (1):
    Code:
    88a80f88b06cc82d6eb5717ca0a0a89c42c78f12 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(1)_CD1_20000516_O9PROCD01_RR.iso
    db73ac35b2c3f0818c1d74d9e96d5c6a81c5dc51 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(1)_CD2_20000426_O9PRMCD02_RR.iso
    
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Professional - SR-1 - (2):
    Code:
    ;MSDN version - identical with RR pressing (1)
    41e771088f343dcc85202fba7000a2f2ee32476d *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(2)_CD1_20040523_O9PROCD01.iso
    0af4fa5bae08a02e2e1b95d80f2d5b49c5bc0c3c *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_(2)_CD2_20040526_O9PRMCD02.iso
    
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Premium - SR-1 - VOL
    Code:
    e1a04f1fbcc2c2bdf621f863379f2080a74cc412 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_VOL_CD1_20000521_O9PRMCD01.iso
    5d4b335b3662d5b581228a17deeab8922619d5bd *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_VOL_CD2_20000518_O9PRMCD02.iso
    b6acbca3f534cde138c81faad5bcdcb821116b90 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_VOL_CD3_20000522_PD001CD1.iso
    64499205f55bedf6322138a07cde78fcac9f02bd *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Prm_SR1_VOL_CD4_20000228_PD002CD2.iso
    
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 SBe - SR-1 - VOL
    Code:
    2f08210a9d016fc9dce6406f9cc1e6113a870dee *[ENU] en_Office_2000_SBe_SR1_OEM_CD1_20000430_MSOFFSBE9.iso
    93db85cfef735883df9ac627e10cfbd7b40a42d3 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_SBe_SR1_OEM_CD2_20000504_O9PRMCD02_RR.iso
    
    ;Microsoft Office 2000 Development Edition - SR-1 - VOL
    Code:
    EA5A6E42B88F4BA1E3E7B309D353E9422AC495E3 *[ENU] en_Office_2000_Dev_SR1_VOL_CD1_20000529.iso
    
     
  14. Artemus2013

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    yup. Those inconsistencies are consistent with the wandering around MS did at the time. They were acquiring a lot of 3rd party product, and putting out a lot - I mean a LOT of software during that time frame.

    re PhotoDraw: Never gave the ISO names too much attention, will note though, that the standalone Retail V2 edition was a 3-CD set.Disc 3 was media files only, IIRC and was same disc supplied with Project or Publisher - been too long to remember.

    There is not a good reason/need for MS to remaster the PD v2 discs, and for that reason, my cautious nature would want to do a binary compare to see what else differs.
     
  15. vanelle

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    default CD VolumeName's
    Code:
    CD                      VolumeName
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     Premium (CD1)           O9PRMCD1
     Premium (CD2)           O9PRMCD2
     Photodraw Disc 1 (CD3)  PD001CD1
     PhotoDraw Disc 2 (CD4)  PD001CD2
     LPK (CD1-8)             O9LPKCD1-8
     Office Res. Kit         O9ORK
     Pro (CD1)               O9PROCD01
     Pro (CD2)               O9PROCD02
     Standard                MSOFFS9
     SBE                     MSOFFSBE9
     Access                  MSACCESS9
     Excel                   MSEXCEL9
     FrontPage               MSFP9
     Outlook                 MSOUTLK9
     PowerPoint              MSPPT9
     Publisher               O9PB or 09PBDCD2
     Word                    MSWORD9
     PIPC                    MSPIPC9
     MLPK                    MLPK_Lang
    
     
  16. Sajjo

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    #137 Sajjo, May 20, 2020
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    @pottzman
    I encourage each and everyone to scrutinize files and if there is question please post them.
    In general, if a question already has been raised and answered in previous threads/posts, please take that in account as well.
    If anyone still like to challenge posted files/checksums please do, a healthy discussion with solid inputs is more than welcome:)

    IMHO, the worst thing ever happend in this context with legacy iso files is the leakage of CDImage.
    People rebuilding and present as legit, like: "it has AutoCRC embedded, therefore legit" - done deal!
    Just an example, my point is: I have found several images that is widely accepted but I do have questions about them.
    That can be a discussion for another day, none related to Office 2000 so far as I can say but yeah, please look closer.

    And a proposal: any technical questions/remarks that, also may enlighten how to make iso´s "better and more legit", do this in convo.
    Invite trusted members that actually knows and understand how difficult this can be to sort out (it would be a breeze if official checksums was available).
    Just an opinion, kick my butt gently if i´m wrong:)

    Kind regards

    BUZZAW 1 versus CDImage - @vanelle posted some info
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...2004-and-office-2007-basic.53858/#post-967149
     
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  17. pottzman

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    So for what its worth I received my Office 2000 Professional SR-1 discs today. I ripped them straight away and here are the hashes.

    Code:
    File: O9PROCD01.iso
    CRC-32: 3fe9971d
    MD4: 198fc519483bd281910dbabc13188e68
    MD5: 4a8e1bf8b317725e046510cc40d89697
    SHA-1: 6b47bee2933785ca9f88d390607f07ae57097204
    
    File: O9PRMCD02.iso
    CRC-32: b638b442
    MD4: 1c61a2de7a06b9f663f831f4dc605795
    MD5: 0a8fdd87fab1c163e5ffef69e3a484fc
    SHA-1: 93db85cfef735883df9ac627e10cfbd7b40a42d3
    
    
    The CD2 even has the volume label for premium edition, but these are official microsoft hologram cd's
    ProCD1.jpg
    ProCD2.jpg
     
  18. vanelle

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    #139 vanelle, May 21, 2020
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    seems to be the Missing Pro SR1 OEM Set
    CD2 is the same as distributed with the OEM SBE Edition
     
  19. pottzman

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    #140 pottzman, May 21, 2020
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    and here is the link for svf from your msdn cd1 to mine