[REQUEST] Windows 95 SVF/DELTA Patches

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  1. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    #1 teknical, Apr 1, 2015
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    Hello all,

    I am currently looking for an svf or xdelta patch file to convert one of the ISO's I currently have to the RTM of Windows 95 Upgrade.

    Please see later post for SHA1's of my current collection.

    Anyone have an svf or xdelta for this that they're willing to share?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Oz

    Oz MDL Expert

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    You need to tell us SHA1 of what you already have.
     
  3. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    Sorry, forgot to include that bit.

    I currently have:

    285298256C8D406A83FF3C45481CBF2099202C46 *en_win95.iso
    9F28E89AEC4DD694F1BB782CA0EC949987902139 *en_win95a_osr1.iso
    6EA283309743D67713EB6056171763B527F7EC32 *en_win95b_osr21_plus
    97F66E77445CD4B1AC55508C36D0FDBC17F17F25 *en_win95c_osr25

    Since I have posted I found what I was looking for. However, I am missing RTM Upgrade. I am going to update original post.
     
  4. Threat

    Threat Lord of the Files

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    #4 Threat, Apr 1, 2015
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    OEM Win95

    Code:
     
      File: en_win95.iso
    CRC-32: 31a787f7
       MD4: 70daecae571eeabbce41b4c8e2362202
       MD5: 3f7919ceca5f53a08a84c26d692dbb8d
     SHA-1: 285298256c8d406a83ff3c45481cbf2099202c46
    
      File: en_win95a_osr1.iso
    CRC-32: 66f7ec0b
       MD4: d4de29ac9a560d1b9217c10536794990
       MD5: 80dee3cdc0ccb3f4414a1c0c6f45c8b2
     SHA-1: 9f28e89aec4dd694f1bb782ca0ec949987902139
    
      File: en_win95b_osr2.iso
    CRC-32: deaef2c6
       MD4: 023d10cda5a43f1d64431d7a7fceaad1
       MD5: 080a623b01ba839c67ac60af250e6b99
     SHA-1: 2b822199bed7bd59bc19e9665ffeb92e3d0ad318
    
      File: en_win95b_osr2-companion.iso
    CRC-32: 0bc9a6b8
       MD4: 53cd80fdfb3b1b0c217684e422d336a6
       MD5: f446760887dd0fd11c4364626b88dfb4
     SHA-1: bb8e8217b05c35f1a0998a8cc44c24f674bfb6a0
    
      File: en_win95b_osr2.1.iso
    CRC-32: 7ef3aa12
       MD4: 9a55b426e64dbdcd3283948dcad5e0a4
       MD5: 3f5252e79371516ec30ba6709564948f
     SHA-1: babf2583bcee6aa6c42e37b6f59cd17393383e14
    
      File: en_win95b_osr2.1_plus.iso
    CRC-32: 76def2d4
       MD4: 0024aaec85d9a8c0badfddff48d822bb
       MD5: ed87591ae8d78609e8d8dd33fe34ab80
     SHA-1: 6ea283309743d67713eb6056171763b527f7ec32
    
      File: en_win95c_osr2.5.iso
    CRC-32: 115c1ec4
       MD4: 7f4c973db42717451e51e1f8f777151d
       MD5: 912db741210bc04cb8591edeec3fa0a0
     SHA-1: 97f66e77445cd4b1ac55508c36d0fdbc17f17f25
    
    Upgrade

    Code:
      File: en_win95_upgrade.iso
    CRC-32: 9b4fc318
       MD4: 1895e1d8ca13e80f24bde249f4a9e072
       MD5: 0953f04f1f264f8adbf3c3a950fcafb6
     SHA-1: 49c7019b829266373b62e212d8ec2e348f5fcf63
    
    Can probably make a delta or SFV tomorrow.
     
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  5. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    Yay! :thumbsup:

    SVF preferred but either will work. :)

    You have them all, huh? I'm still on the hunt for OSR2, the companion disc, and Upgrade. That (companion disc) was only released as OSR2? I can't really remember, it's been so long. Am having a hard time finding legit versions of the ones I listed, might have to resort to an eBay hunt.

    Am opened for anyone's contributions, if they're willing to donate.
     
  6. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    #6 teknical, Apr 1, 2015
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    I found the following:

    Code:
    78E8B8E9F84DCCBE02EA9C6B4DEC1C229D1C7D03 *en_win95b_osr2_plus.iso
    F9D316FA8EBE0DFCB61AB86C035EDD5C0821F505 *en_win95b_osr2_usb.iso
    
    They seem to be pretty legit. Anyone familiar with the hashes to know for sure?

    Code:
    en_win95b_osr2_plus.iso - May be from disc "0796 Part No. 000-45236 - OSR2 with Plus!"
    en_win95b_osr2_usb.iso - May be from disc "0197 Part No. 000-59944 - OSR2 with USB Supplement"
    
     
  7. Threat

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    They maybe already in my list - SHA's might not match if yours are overdumped. Mine all have padding removed,

    eg I suspect that en_win95b_osr2.1_plus.iso in mine is your en_win95b_osr2_plus.iso

    You may want to look at mounting the ISO's and using UltraISO to re-dump them to new ISO's without padding. There is a guide on MDL somewhere.
     
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  8. Threat

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    The companion disc is just an alternative version of OSR2 with a few files in different place. Not sure why it was produced vs the original OSR2.

    Which ones off my list do you want? and which ones off my list do you have for me to use as a source for the SVF?
     
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  9. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    #9 teknical, Apr 10, 2015
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    Do you know why OSR1 doesn't appear to have been made with CDIMAGE? Was the ISO not made by MS?

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    It actually looks like
    Code:
    9F28E89AEC4DD694F1BB782CA0EC949987902139
    is not OSR1 but OEM of 95a/SP1. Which is from disc "0196 Part No. 000-27722". As it has timestamp of 1995-12-31 09:50:00 for files in WIN95 folder.

    OSR1 would be from disc "0196 Part No. 000-37080" and have timestamp of 1996-02-02 09:51:00.
     
  10. teknical

    teknical MDL Novice

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    #10 teknical, Apr 10, 2015
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    Does anyone have an actual OSR1 disc?

    It should have the following:
    Code:
    - Timestamps of 1996-02-02 09:51:00
    - CD Face 0196 Part No. 000-37080
    
     
  11. pottzman

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    Hey Threat

    could you post a SVF for

    File: en_win95b_osr2.1.iso --------------------------------------------> File: en_win95b_osr2.1_plus.iso
    CRC-32: 7ef3aa12 CRC-32: 76def2d4
    MD4: 9a55b426e64dbdcd3283948dcad5e0a4 MD4: 0024aaec85d9a8c0badfddff48d822bb
    MD5: 3f5252e79371516ec30ba6709564948f MD5: ed87591ae8d78609e8d8dd33fe34ab80
    SHA-1: babf2583bcee6aa6c42e37b6f59cd17393383e14 SHA-1: 6ea283309743d67713eb6056171763b527f7ec32


    would be nice to get the version with plus in one disc. I have en_win95b_osr2.1.iso SHA-1: babf2583bcee6aa6c42e37b6f59cd17393383e14 as my starting point.

    Thanks in advance
     
  12. johnye_pt

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    #12 johnye_pt, Jan 8, 2017
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    could someone please create an SVF for:

    Code:
    285298256C8D406A83FF3C45481CBF2099202C46	31A787F7	EN_WIN95.ISO
    9F28E89AEC4DD694F1BB782CA0EC949987902139	66F7EC0B	EN_WIN95A_OSR1.ISO
    with any of these ISOs as source:

    Code:
    49C7019B829266373B62E212D8EC2E348F5FCF63	9B4FC318	EN_WIN95_950_UPGRADE.ISO
    6F6596763F5603EC71A52469468F21E39F4B0A35	A25DD53D	EN_WIN95_950_UPGRADE_JUNE.ISO
    I have the ISOs below in my shared folder if anyone wants them (1214 as source, others as SVF). I'll add the ones above too when I have EN_WIN95.ISO as source.

    Code:
    2B822199BED7BD59BC19E9665FFEB92E3D0AD318	DEAEF2C6	EN_WIN95B_1111.ISO
    BB8E8217B05C35F1A0998A8CC44C24F674BFB6A0	0BC9A6B8	EN_WIN95B_1111_COMPANION.ISO
    BABF2583BCEE6AA6C42E37B6F59CD17393383E14	7EF3AA12	EN_WIN95B_1214.ISO
    6EA283309743D67713EB6056171763B527F7EC32	76DEF2D4	EN_WIN95B_1214_PLUS.ISO
    97F66E77445CD4B1AC55508C36D0FDBC17F17F25	115C1EC4	EN_WIN95C_1216.ISO
    030F723DEE24C50038CA0B46A93EAB1FD89EEDD2	60303E5F	PT_WIN95B_1214.ISO
     
  13. vanelle

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    #13 vanelle, Jan 8, 2017
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    @ johnye_pt
    there is a reason why we stop sharing links public for
    win95 win98 winME win2000 files on MDL Bord.
    ther are realy to much idiots on MDL ( as far i remember OZ, LostED and/or Threat ) wher insulted coz they dont share some files public
    PaulDesmond close his torrent box for similar reasons

    At the end of the day, all get what they deserve

    you can get patches privat without the permissin to share the files public
    send me PM if you accept

    EDIT:
    The administrators are not interested to do something against this MDL Member
    The 'Report Post' button is really superfluous - nothing happens
     
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  14. johnye_pt

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    I understand your point of view, I just don't understand why you don't want me to share. I don't mind sharing a folder as a way to keep beggars and leechers at bay, and (hopefully) focus the forum on more relevant subjects. When I had nothing, I had to leech just like everyone else, so now I share to "atone for my sins" and to help the community. When someone gets to the point where it has practically everything, won't everyone else look like a beggar and/or leecher?
     
  15. Threat

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    You can send us PMs as well.
     
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  17. johnye_pt

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    @ Threat

    Thank you for the files. I'll deal with them tomorrow :sleep2:
     
  18. vanelle

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    #18 vanelle, Jan 9, 2017
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    its quite easy
    .. avoid the new game
    good boy
    bad boy
    last example for this see here: zmeul86
    - he edit his last post 3 or 4 times
    1 edit: Insult of oz
    2 edit: -............
    3 edit: sorry

    as long as you share all public
    - nobody change his mind
    - nobody make mirrors
    - nothing change here on bord

    my oppinion: the biggest main problem here on borrd is the majority is silent

    the solution: share all free to avoid beggars and leech
    sounds like
    .. feed all
    .. invide all to continue
    .. invide more beggar and leech

    EDIT:
    What is so bad when the ~ 20 slaves strike for a certain time (remove all public share links) :confused:

    even if you think differently, you should be avoid to play the 20 slaves against each other
     
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  19. Oz

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    Oh no, I will have to kill myself.
    He's blocked, so will never see his post anyway.
     
  20. johnye_pt

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    #20 johnye_pt, Jan 9, 2017
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    Offtopic aside, here's a resumed discussion I found on another forum about the Windows 95 / 95A / OSR1.x / SP1 subject, and the opinions about what versions are what. Also there were dead links (unfortunately) for a Windows 95 RTM ISO, a 95a (not OSR1) ISO and a 95 SP1 ISO, and no hashes whatsoever :/

    (user1) W95 RTM
    (user1) W95a -> does not show an 'A' on system properties, only difference to the RTM is a removed PKZIP.EXE from the Win95 folder on the disc, probably due to copyright/license issues
    (user1) W95a SP1 -> RTM with installed SP1, is identical to OSR1
    (user1) W95a OSR1 -> RTM with Internet Explorer 2, shows an 'A' on system properties

    (user2) W95 OSR 1.0 build 950, file dates on CD are july 95, states itself as 95, without the "A"
    (user2) W95a OSR 1.5 build 950, file dates on CD are jan 96
    (user2) Installing SP1 on OSR1.0 makes it report as OSR1.5 / W95a

    (user3) W95 RTM, shows 4.00.950 and s/n xxx-xxxxxxx. No IE.
    (user3) W95 OSR1 (so-called 'A'), shows 4.00.950 and s/n xxx-OEM-xxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxx. IE2.
    (user3) W95 RTM / OSR1 with SP1, shows 4.00.950a, SP1 can be installed on both RTM and OSR1 releases.

    Does anyone know anything about an ISO with pkzip.exe included? How do the versions above relate to the known SHA1?

    EDIT: I just noticed I have an ISO which I thought was the same as EN_WIN95.ISO, unfortunately it was rebuilt with cdimage 2.47 and made bootable... but the contents are exactly the same, except for an extra file WIN95\pkzip.exe and a few differences on ADMIN\RESKIT\SAMPLES\SCRIPTS\DEFAULT.INF! So it seems there are 2 "original" versions of Windows 95!