[PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

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yubi
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[PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

Post by yubi » Sun Feb 02, 2020 9:46 pm

Hello everybody, I am proud to introduce to you the first public beta build of our latest modifcation to Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, the new features include:

- Windows Movie Maker 1.0
- Windows Media Player 7.0
- All official updates up to 2010
- Internet Explorer and Outlook Express 6 (with SP1)
- New branding
- 48-Bit LBA Support (allowing drives >137GB)

ISO Link: https://mega.nz/#!IvoyVAgI!AK5UKWt4A5zV ... tYAxEvnLmM

Some screenshots:
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Tools Used:
- nLite
- PowerISO
- Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1
- nLite Addon Maker (for implementing WMP7)
- Windows 2000 USP5.1

Credits:
- Knabe91 for showing how to implement WMM1.0 into 2000
- NermalCat for GFX
- Gurgelmeyer for creating USP5.1 which allowed us to slipstream the updates in a quick and easy manner.
- yubi
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Re: [PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

Post by trademarktm » Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:10 pm

naturally i assume this is supposed to be the NT of Windows ME
hi i make windows mods and stuff, it's pretty swell

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yubi
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Re: [PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

Post by yubi » Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:16 pm

Basically.
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Re: [PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

Post by chroniko » Sun Feb 02, 2020 11:34 pm

like winme but a bit more ....functional i guess?
a neat idea : P
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Re: [PROJECT] Windows 2000 Personal

Post by yubi » Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:32 pm

There is still plenty more to do:

- Replace more branding files such as logon.scr and setup.exe
- Replace all help files to show Windows 2000 Personal rather than Professional.
- Possibly implement the PLUS! themes from 9x
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