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war59312

Build 5.1.2195 Released - Download Now

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Hey,

Gurgelmeyer’s Unofficial Windows 2000 SP5 Build 5.1.2195 has been released!

Download it here:

http://www.war59312.com/archives/2006/04/2...6th_2006_build/

Major Geeks Mirror Now Online:

http://www.majorgeeks.com/Microsoft_Window...l_SP_d4817.html

Softpedia Mirror Now Online:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enh...icial-SP5.shtml

Enjoy,

Will

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is there a torrent ??? or shall i seed one ??? on some (thats meand i havent chosen one yet), torrent site....

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I'll be brief (I'm on a very slow line right now, because my ISP wants me to pay the same bill twice... long story, don't worry :lol:)

USP 5.1.2195.21 (21 is the build number) contains:

- ~40-50 new non-security updates not available from WU. I think I got them all now, but I keep saying that don't I :whistle:

- All the security updates that were available on WU on 2006-04-16 for Windows 2000 and for the Windows 2000 versions of the built-in or the USP provided components.

- Fixes a BUG which caused setup from DOS to fail

- Fixes a BUG which might cause USP setup to take longer than it should

- Adds the USP version and build date to the System Properties

Next: USP 5.2 ! When? Donno. I definately need my DSL....

Best regards,

Gurgelmeyer B)

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@Gurgelmeyer

i think you must build a something like roll-up version so you didn't have to upload a BIG files only if you update some :D

or maybe think about byte patcher that can compare byte between a two big files and then you upload the patcher version :D

me, still waiting for USP 5.5 Extreme

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i'd just like to say it's working great! applied it to a vanilla win2k, used nlite to get it down to a 135mb iso, and so far it's done everything i've asked of it. wonderful job.

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or maybe think about byte patcher that can compare byte between a two big files and then you upload the patcher version

i don't think a byte pacher will do the trick.... because its often far from acurate.

a dif file though COULD perhaps help A litle bit though i think the work wouldn't be worth the few extra megs saved...

@gurgle, someone has picked up a nice project to create a 2k-ize patcher for win2k... screenshots look promising...

another thing involes that BTS-driver packs now supports creating a fully-slipstreamd driver-base...

(drivers.cab dosnet.inf etc), so my question for you is, witch types of drivers do you prefer build in windows and witch you want out (for now)

i myself would thing that, it would be best to start with basics, Chipset, VGA Sound LAN PCMCIA and SATA ... and fully removing printer + scanner drivers... do you agrea?

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someone has picked up a nice project to create a 2k-ize patcher for win2k... screenshots look promising...

you mean me? lol :D

i hope gurgelmeyer will finish up usp 5.5 extreme in next 3 months so i can recheck the pack in that version (i have checked on usp 5.1 and it look close enough to stable, except the skinning engine)

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or maybe think about byte patcher that can compare byte between a two big files and then you upload the patcher version

i don't think a byte pacher will do the trick.... because its often far from acurate.

a dif file though COULD perhaps help A litle bit though i think the work wouldn't be worth the few extra megs saved...

I do agree that the download size is a problem. One thought is to release a crosslinked ISO 9660 - those are easy to create, and at least you would get "all" USP versions in one download - more value for money.

Another thought on the matter is, that most ppl probably use the USP's on 2K Pro, and don't care about the server variants. And a Pro-only variant of each USP will definately be smaller.

@gurgle, someone has picked up a nice project to create a 2k-ize patcher for win2k... screenshots look promising...
Interesting :)
another thing involes that BTS-driver packs now supports creating a fully-slipstreamd driver-base...

(drivers.cab dosnet.inf etc), so my question for you is, witch types of drivers do you prefer build in windows and witch you want out (for now)

i myself would thing that, it would be best to start with basics, Chipset, VGA Sound LAN PCMCIA and SATA ... and fully removing printer + scanner drivers... do you agrea?

I quite agree - SATA is however more important than PCMCIA I believe. Chipsets, SATA, Video (incl monitors), LAN 10/100/1000, Audio (full AC97 at least). Donno about printers and scanners yet B)

/G B)

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@gurgle, someone has picked up a nice project to create a 2k-ize patcher for win2k... screenshots look promising...

Interesting :)

I find that interesting too. Recently I started hacking my system files to put WinXP icons in them. I discovered that lots of icons are old though, so got to fixing them up by merging certain XP ones with others. I'd really love prettier icons, so post a link to your project. I can also help make a few icons too if needed, since I've eliminated most ugly ones from Explorer.exe and Shell32.dll already.

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ill start right on theme this weekend -

thank god my isp has changed bandwith limits for me from 10 to 24gb per month, (helpfull for these tasks)...

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I find that interesting too. Recently I started hacking my system files to put WinXP icons in them. I discovered that lots of icons are old though, so got to fixing them up by merging certain XP ones with others. I'd really love prettier icons, so post a link to your project. I can also help make a few icons too if needed, since I've eliminated most ugly ones from Explorer.exe and Shell32.dll already.

please PM me for that :D

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