[SOLVED] Windows 2000 Select Editions

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  1. Threat

    Threat Lord of the Files

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    #1 Threat, Feb 23, 2014
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    Wondering if anyone can help me locate any of these:

    Windows 2000 Professional RTM Select
    Windows 2000 Advanced Server RTM Select

    I have them in Retail form (MSDN Untouched) - so Delta change files would be fine.

    Thanks in advance :D
     
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  3. Oz

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    Code:
      File: W2AFPP_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: bd354f7d9a643ef3eb9a0ea6ea25942b
       MD5: 5a696fc79573a30be6150415d9c93285
     SHA-1: 73060bab874ab6068016a83daa883fda7fcad3bd
    
      File: W2ASEL_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 942a0a84f65922b11be3db582f0f5430
       MD5: 669a51f1b786909ba152714e4245395b
     SHA-1: 844f248d371be8bb51039610f0418daf60c1ee47
    
    Code:
      File: W2PFPP_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: abe19e712358d637fac96bc267c15609
       MD5: aa2ee0404c5cb73b109481eca33b452c
     SHA-1: d183812d681126789358bf3cccec98194b22f67c
    
      File: W2PSEL_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 25020e26a6f367f7444a5351242695ea
       MD5: a62bca1d2a771cdbb71840e118501dbf
     SHA-1: d27ef2d12c64e0c660304499c2cf0ed8130ddd11
    
    Code:
      File: W2SFPP_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 1c04aa2d56006f014d8cccc75c22a9eb
       MD5: 356fee31ddcceea2df0cd7feae4e9354
     SHA-1: 0e5986b46e60a94b39efab6e3f3967fcc907e146
    
      File: W2SSEL_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: bbb67942ef65c33ac55aec776137a760
       MD5: 6839ed165080d73e776d734426cbc0f7
     SHA-1: 84c321dcc18d316d0fbaf813c9a09349d0b27e4d
    
    ZRMAOEM_EN & ZRMSOEM_EN are still missing on the internet, so if someone has them....

    (They are the 2000 SP4 OEM Advanced/ Server versions.
     

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  4. Threat

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    #4 Threat, Feb 24, 2014
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    Thanks - I will try out now.

    I assumed all versions would be in the wild by now?

    I do have a few original Windows 2000 Server OEM CD's somewhere boxed away. Only one I have handy at the moment though is 2k server OEM with SP1 integrated - will check what the others are.

    *UPDATE* Files worked perfect thanks :)

    On a side note, maybe you should have a sticky thread of "missing" files? Are any W2k select images other than RTM and SP4 available? I have an SP1 version of pro in SELECT form which I imaged up so I know they were produced - but no SP1 for S/AS, and nothing for SP2 or SP3.
     
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  5. Oz

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    Nothing out really apart from RTM & SP4

    So if you have some genuine SP1 images, please share. If you do also post the checksums for them, incl SHA1 and CRC.
     
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    Windows Server 2000 with SP1 OEM

    Code:
     File: SP1SOEM_EN.ISO
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 9544fa419c02523f17766b81c236222c
       MD5: 9a618da363765308653e27ca96cd3daf
     SHA-1: 00045f7734c3c6a2a83a7b851d38dabd9f64e356
    
    Code:
    CRC Verification Utility, Version 3.05
    Copyright (C) Microsoft, 1992-1997100% complete
    AutoCRC signature for file SP1SOEM_EN.ISO (439957504 bytes) is 0x466DA924
    AutoCRC indicates the file SP1SOEM_EN.ISO is VALID
    Windows 2000 Professional with SP1 Select

    Code:
      File: SP1PSEL_EN.ISO
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: f093444df5cedf8592c6f895b4ac3eb4
       MD5: 3b4d45ef0b9a8b76932c20aaa92dc777
     SHA-1: 42ea934fa6f2c577260124bf5207ed733e2a5bef
    Code:
    CRC Verification Utility, Version 3.05
    Copyright (C) Microsoft, 1992-1997
    100% complete
    AutoCRC signature for file SP1PSEL_EN.ISO (395364352 bytes) is 0x003D685E
    AutoCRC indicates the file SP1PSEL_EN.ISO is VALID
    Both images pass CRC305 with AutoCRC as Valid. The OEM server disc was my genuine holographic disc - MS part number X05-07185

    I've not got anywhere obvious to upload the images too - don't have access to the betaarchive FTP. Send me a pm oz if you want to sort something out.
     
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    #7 Threat, Feb 25, 2014
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    Also made this from my genuine 2000 Pro SP2 disc


    Code:
      File: SP2POEM_EN.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 6f4373a6f9fa54fbee1f2bff330aa619
       MD5: 639b9d37d55dfc37b4fc03de0be2b69c
     SHA-1: 167fa8f7a908dcd52f3393764f4eae7bced23092
    Code:
    CRC Verification Utility, Version 3.05
    Copyright (C) Microsoft, 1992-1997
    100% complete
    AutoCRC signature for file SP2POEM_EN.iso (385757184 bytes) is 0xBACF2B1B
    AutoCRC indicates the file SP2POEM_EN.iso is VALID
     
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  8. Oz

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    #8 Oz, Feb 25, 2014
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    Just fired up my hard drive with all this stuff, actually do have SP2POEM_EN, only SP1 -> SP3 I have in any sort.

    Would be interested in the 2 SP1's you have.

    Can you make a couple of delta between them?

    SP1SOEM_EN.iso -> SP1PSEL_EN.iso

    SP2POEM_EN.iso - > SP1SOEM_EN.iso

    Just tried with my SP2POEM_EN to W2PFPP_EN (RTM) and it ended up just over 60MB. Would think to SP1 it would be a bit smaller.

    Mediafire is quite good to share things on, few limits for smaller files like these
     
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    #9 Threat, Feb 25, 2014
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    I tried making some delta files already but always seemed to get huge files on these. I can upload them and send you the links by PM, then maybe you can experiment/find a way to distribute them to collectors better. Hosting them is not an issue disk space wise just bandwidth so I can post links public.

    *** UPDATE ***

    I've uploaded them but seems your PM's are disabled! doh! :D
     
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  10. Oz

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    If the SP1 are genuine then delta files should be quite small.

    I have turned PM on now.

    xdelta3.0z.x86-32.exe encode -vs SP1PSEL_EN.iso SP1SOEM_EN.iso SP1PSEL_EN_to_SP1SOEM_EN
    xdelta3.0z.x86-32.exe encode -vs SP2POEM_EN.iso SP1PSEL_EN.iso SP2POEM_EN-to_SP1PSEL_EN
     
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    It was probably me - but it was quicker for me to upload them directly as is then try and make delta files on this rubbish PC I am on at the moment :D

    PM sent to you with links in anyway - if you make some usable delta files please post them for other collectors.
     
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    Thanks, will grab them tomorrow.
     
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    Just curious what the difference is between the regular versions like the one's posted over at WinWorld
    and these "Select Editions" are.

    Thanks :)
     
  15. Oz

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    Select will never ask for a serial. Sort of a corporate version, and no activation bulls**t.
     
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    I'll have to dig into my boxes of old discs and see what else I got.
     
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    I can contribute with these ISOs.

    Windows 2000 Datacenter Server with SP4

    Code:
    File: en_windows_2000_datacenter_with_sp4_cd.iso
    Label: W2DFPP_EN (actually ZRMDFPP_EN)
    CRC-32: 180bdd15
    MD5: c1e4a802604193af8cf51292f672c87d
    SHA-1: 7964004a45c70215681e73242f18cc357ff249b8
    Windows Small Business Server 2000 Discs

    Code:
    File: en_sbs2000_disc1.iso
    Label: DISC1
    CRC-32: ffffffff
    MD5: 76a3a18239d6c8c6f1e161f678af19e4
    SHA-1: c839b6e654c493f2b41d0ff657b3a1c3ce43ef8d
    Code:
    File: en_sbs2000_disc2.iso
    Label: DISC2
    CRC-32: ffffffff
    MD5: 58060e84a231ca03612be0409730b152
    SHA-1: 035a309b9beeac1472d43b0062c4339d797eda22
    Code:
    File: en_sbs2000_disc3.iso
    Label: DISC3
    CRC-32: ffffffff
    MD5: 8e2ef72477c22beda231ca74c1eb50cd
    SHA-1: 767b48e5cff87c4feb99e984504895609f030e41
    Everything can be found on WinWorldPC. :)
     
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    Original MSDN ISO's - untouched. Looks like based on SP4 :

    Code:
     File: en_sbs_2000_addnl_sp.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: febdc3e141a58c128e4a55812965d15f
       MD5: 0c2a31c036fe231626f3194443c25727
     SHA-1: 4ccb3a33d36d3562d0f820f1de827f02ed918bad
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_ap1a.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 1e80056ade06f227fde045a876b89477
       MD5: 75a29e974b6b73fabd1ffff1ce185d79
     SHA-1: 1864194aa864f3415957e8d05a16d6d7a2351673
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_cd1.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: d8ed32bfed4158bf24b94cb6dd2b2013
       MD5: 8899b5057e0d781058c0d81ab15cb285
     SHA-1: 35578922eaea62705960014a301ef8dacd25beb0
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_cd2.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: ecafaf8f15361831685902bf5b1dd880
       MD5: 3016783a99fa3c798efea08fa7c0e26c
     SHA-1: d013fc0cd8811c2a1739682cacf535f368360c61
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_cd3.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: bd6351b6d42e25a1d091a0ef9268a99a
       MD5: 2ae0702cc555a4bb5263337635ad82f1
     SHA-1: 12635f878b304b69e3df9bc186596f53aa7c4eab
    
    The files on winworldpc look to be SP1 (After renaming & stripping padding) :

    Code:
    File: en_sbs_2000_cd1.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 6bb6c24a4b27d3aaa9a44a77f92d313c
       MD5: d20d97feef11137dd6931aa51d5b4100
     SHA-1: 337cba451ce4988c2d36d2bafd0aa527a3a72a51
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_cd2.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: 544b31ce90e4e93305d77b84291a893e
       MD5: b37379d4cf48a96a3242ab1c34e88bbb
     SHA-1: 324e58d3c8c8a8502b42adb501a635a2811a33a7
    
      File: en_sbs_2000_cd3.iso
    CRC-32: ffffffff
       MD4: e7074b5163c56f0c612dc7871de2f947
       MD5: 058ee05465d9266dad91ef9e1f951cef
     SHA-1: 9088867bcf1a676a9e926bd230993c6bad76e2a3
     
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  19. Oz

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    Thanks, the Datacenter one looks homemade, CRC is wrong

    The other 3 are out and about already, and as Threat says, they have padding, but are still good. Have had these for a while.
     
  20. Oz

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    The SP4's are interesting, sure a few around here would like to get those. :cool:

    Yes you are right, those other ones looks to be SP1, have had them for a while, but didn't bother including them on the other list. Never thought other versions would turn up.