Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by WinDev, Mar 11, 2014.
[DISCONTINUED] Microsoft Windows Checklist for Collectors v1.4
What does "Orange - partially available on Internet" mean? Either it is available or it isn't.
There are select editions of Windows 98/98/SE/ME - These still required a product key but the "ProductType" was different in MSINfo.
Also were specific MSDN releases on MSDN CD's (the MSDN site now offeres retail version - before been pulled due to Java settlement) but the physical media contained ISO's of MSDN versions. These also had a product key hardcoded in msbatch.inf
I also leaked a Microsoft Internal version of 98FE - no product key needed and no msbatch.inf - not on your list.
sbs2000 - there are 2 releases of this. the original one that was on your list was original based on Win2k SP1, the ones I posted were SBS 2000 SP1a based on Win2k SP4 ... these had different CD #1..3 so should be listed twice. Might help if you post the SHA1 of files rather than just a list of filenames.
The filenames you have posted are in MSDN format, but often the same files are available with different naming conventions (eg Volume License Site use SW_CD_*/SW_DVD5_* etc.)
I made a spreadsheet to map the files from Volume license site onto the identical file on MSDN (same hash - different filename)
Some more detail of the "missing" ones may help you recover them - eg CRMDFPP_EN.iso what release should this be commonly known. Yeah I am sure I could find out by googling but who's gonna do that for all the listed red ones. Make life easier.
Orange - partially available on Internet means that product was available, but it's temporarily removed.
I don't know for Select Editions of Windows 98/Me.
Good to see Internal version of 98 First Edition.
I thinked that SBS 2000 with Win2K SP4 is SBS 2000 with SP4, not SBS 2000 with SP1a. It tooks me a more few days for collecting SHA-1's.
It would took me more time for finding Volume License filenames, it's easier to find MSDN/Technet filenames.
ISO's which are not on Internet technically exists, but not leaked/uploaded on Internet.
Are you going to include Compact, Embedded, POSReady, Industry etc. editions? For example: Windows XP Embedded, Windows XP POSReady, Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows Embedded Compact 7, Windows Embedded 8 Standard etc. etc. (this list is by no means complete).
What about various SDKs and DDKs? I see that "HPC Pack 2008 R2 Software Development Kit" is randomly included, so what about Windows Platform SDKs and such? There are a lot of those.
What about pre-installation and automated installation kits? For example, Windows XP OPK, Windows 7 AIK, Windows 8 ADK etc.
What is your approach to different language editions? I see that for some products, you included different language versions (random example: hk_cn_en_fr_de_it_ja_ko_pt_ru_es_hyper_v_server_2008_r2_x64_dvd_x16-07166.iso), but if you were to try and include all languages for all products, the list would become very long.
You need to be more consistent about how you name your files. Decide if you want to name them by volume label, MSDN release file name, or something else entirely. For example, for Windows 2000, most of the entries use volume labels (e.g. W2PFPP_EN.iso), but the ones for SP4 don't (e.g. EN_WIN2000_PRO_SP4.iso).
All in all, I think you need to think through your approach a little bit to make it consistent throughout.
A small correction: you only list one version of the Windows XP Service Pack 1, with the name "en_winxp_sp1.iso". There were in fact two versions, for SP1 and for SP1a. When you download a file named "en_winxp_sp1.iso" from the internet, it usually actually contains SP1a. Watch out for that.
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In this list Embedded editions and Debug/Checked builds are missing, I will add it soon.
I added some SDKs and DDKs which I founded, I hurried up with this list because I worked on this few days.
Windows XP OPK, Windows Vista AIK and Windows 7 AIK are already here. I will add Windows 8.x ADK.
I added some multilanguage products because they not exists only in English and I need to add multilanguage.
EN_WINDOWS_2000_PRO_SP4.iso have label ZRMPFPP_EN.
I founded on one FTP two different EXE files, one is named xp_sp1.exe, second is xp_sp1a.exe, but I don't know are there legal EXE packages.
I will see for SHA-1's because I haven't time yet, but I will get few days for that.
Relating to the text on the Technet Blog, Windows 7 SP1 Media Refresh is, simply, Windows 7 SP1a.
Windev nice list thanks for your efforts, but once again can you please if possible post file hashes.
I will add hashes, but I need few days to find all.
where i can download the
microsoft BackOffice Server 4.5 ?
even the 4.0 is OK. but i prefer the 4.5 one.
thank you very very very much, i was looking for it a long time, i came here just now from Google
List updated with 4 new ISOs:
Never seen Windows 7 Upgrade ISOs. I think there are only Windows 9x Upgrade ISOs.
winworldpc.com - Server not found?
Hmm, unfortunately today it seems to have disappeared. My bookmark to Mirror 2 fails likewise.
....DMCA compliants ?
Just my luck I guess. Might be hosted on a system not continuously available, though.