Microsoft Office 95 / 97 / 2000

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  1. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    BUZZSAW was the name of the NT based ISO mastering software used by ISOMEDIA, originally located in Redmond WA. First one I remember that allowed networked and multiple machine duping. Microsoft used them a lot during the late 90s.

    I was amused when reading threads on this forum and elsewhere where people would claim a given ISO was fake, because of the BUZZSAW entry in the descriptor table.
     
  2. vanelle

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  4. Artemus2013

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    @vanelle
    Agree, my filenames are not the best.
    I would like to rename to some more widely accepted.
    Proposal, post the filenames you would like them to have and i will rebuild svf files asap and keep them aligned with your naming scheme. :good3:
    I will add 6b47bee2933785ca9f88d390607f07ae57097204 *O9PROCD01 as well as @pottzman was so kind and post :tankyou::flowers:

    Do you might know this (suppose to be) pt-br as well (I have not looked at them at all yet):

    869fd00b8df207666409bd43f2394bfcac5b2e89 *O9PROCD01.ISO
    f3e876b6f3cb2438b27446e895a74031919e8b95 *O9PRMCD02.ISO
    If they are legit i will up them, if not, I will set them on fire and throw them in the local river.

    BTW: SmartVersion 3.8 - nicely done, excellent teamwork. :flowers:

    Kind regards

    :sun:
     
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  7. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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    Code:
    869FD00B8DF207666409BD43F2394BFCAC5B2E89 *[PTB] br_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_OEM_CD1_20000529_O9PROCD01.iso
    F3E876B6F3CB2438B27446E895A74031919E8B95 *[PTB] br_Office_2000_Pro_SR1_OEM_CD2_20000531_O9PRMCD02.iso
    
    This is simple a OEM version (See OEM Folder)
     
  8. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    You know, that's an interesting observation. SR1 caused activation issues with certain installations of Windows 2000. Microsoft rolled into SR1 a mandatory product key check, which clearly had not been vetted under all possible install scenarios.

    In any case, SR1 was about 1st of March 2000, the first complaints showed up on April 15, MS acknowledged same on the 16th. SR1a was dated May 2nd.

    In between, MS pushed out a quick registry hack for Windows 2000 installations - just for the larger IT outfits, and that was incorporated into the official SR1a package.

    So, what I'm saying is, you might have an interesting CD set.
     
  9. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    Just ordered Premium, SR1, NFR from fleabay.
     
  10. Artemus2013

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    Professional SR1 NFR arrived.They are LVP editions.
    PIDTemplate 50627

    Name: DISC01.ISO
    Size: 556697600 bytes (530 MiB)
    SHA1: 373E2F24630E825FD5352EE7D444FBF60F44CDBE
    MD5: 7FBA9BFC866ED62D10E9A5C99B701691
    CRC32: D4631779


    Name: DISC02.ISO
    Size: 637288448 bytes (607 MiB)
    SHA1: DB73AC35B2C3F0818C1D74D9E96D5C6A81C5DC51
    MD5: F770DC28083FF099933247D281FC980F
    CRC32: A3876276
     
  11. vanelle

    vanelle MDL Expert

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  12. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    What are the Microsoft part numbers printed on each of those CD pictures you posted? The hologram artwork makes it impossible to decipher.
     
  13. pottzman

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    cd 1 the part number in the holographic area is X05-39961 cd 2 is X05-39963
    cd 1 the part number in the inner ring area is X05-41350 cd 2 is X05-41372
     
  14. vanelle

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    #155 vanelle, Jun 5, 2020
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    Great, THX a lot

    @ALL

    The X??-????? number in the inner ring area (back side) == The X??-????? number of the ISO Image !!!!
    the part number (printed on front) is usless. !!

    i have a lot of CD's with diffrent part number (printed on front) and different pictures on front
    they all have the same X??-????? number in the inner ring area(back side)
    and all have the same hash of the ISO
     
  15. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    Thanks for the info.
     
  16. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    2000 Premium, SR-1 with part numbers X04-17628, X05-34324 on the face. Do those sound familiar?
     
  17. Artemus2013

    Artemus2013 MDL Novice

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    Never dawned on me that the following isn't known by many folks:

    With the MSDN ISOs, the product key is embedded in DATA1.MSI, DATA2.MSI, PHD.MSI, and that would have required whoever produced the MSDN ISOs to edit, the re-compile the new ISOs. Woukld explain the use of different versions of CDIMAGE.

    The key is entered in the Property Table of each MSI like so:

    Property Value
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    PIDKEY TRB2QBHWRXQY882FK2T3YYCVM
     
  18. Artemus2013

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    I have now acquired Premium, SR1a retail (LVP) set.

    Jewel Case X05-75783
    CD1 X05-37672
    CD2 X05-37681

    Disc01 PIDTemplate 50637
    Disc02 PIDTemplate 50158

    Name: en_office2000_prm_sr1a_lvp_cd1.iso
    Size: 560427008 bytes (534 MiB)
    SHA1: 312A7B922CE394BEB4A9A98C0C51289B6075AB3B
    MD5: 82269F0C124BBCFD5465D01DCB722D54
    CRC32: 9C1CED00


    Name: en_office2000_prm_sr1a_lvp_cd2.iso
    Size: 637288448 bytes (607 MiB)
    SHA1: DB73AC35B2C3F0818C1D74D9E96D5C6A81C5DC51
    MD5: F770DC28083FF099933247D281FC980F
    CRC32: A3876276