Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by win95fan, Jun 8, 2014.
The disk part number is X06-06749.
You should read your temp ban reason again.
@ibmpc5150 & p5qpro
Please ignore him.
Temp ban, come on Tito, you can do better than that
ibmpc5150 & p5qpro: Feel free to ignore me.
You may show no sign of regret.
Ok, I remember.
Have to say this request is getting boring real fast.
Really not sure what the obsession is here. Back in the day I never even used any boot disks and I don't think having a custom boot disk is an issue as long as it works - it's just for booting the (virtual) PC so you can (auto)start the setup from the CD. I could understand wanting the CD untouched but come on ...
Why not to regret?
How's the Office 97 Standard in Spanish you are "about to share" coming along?
Oz: It will be available soon (with media artwork)!
It's already available! But I don't have enough posts to give the download link.
You could always post a link like w w w . g o o g l e . c . o m but guess that never occurred to you.
It's available within the URL below:
g o o . g l / O q t f 9 M
But it won't work without removing the spaces!
Now, let's get back on topic.
Indeed, now who think win95fan should be banned permanently for being a nuisance
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win95fan remained about ibmpc5150 (win95fan blamed to ibmpc5150)
So Administrator (Tito) edited original message.
"Last edited by Tito; 08 Jun 2014 at 15:34."
If win95fan is really requesting WinME Bootdisk, there is no reason to write about ibmpc5150.
win95fan really don't know about manner.
The full retail box of Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition came with a boot disk (part number X06-06749),
since some computers at the time didn't have the feature to boot from CD-ROM in their BIOSes.
You've said that at least 20 times win95dev.
I don't think anyone cares any more.