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I lost the bootdisk for Solaris 2.5!

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Please help me!
I lost the bootdisk for Solaris 2.5.
Where can I find it!?
Please help me!
If you can help me, Please mail to me!
Thanks a lot...
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Question by:martins1
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adamolson earned 200 total points
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 Hi..do you mean the CD?  You'll have to order a new one if you lost your purchased copy unless you break some laws and borrow a copy....
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... or do you mean the boot disk is broken/vanished from your system?
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