Windows 2000 Boot Disks

Would someone be able to send me or direct me to somewhere that has the \bootdisk directory of a windows 2000 cd... I'm running out of places to look.  There are 4 .img files, and i believe 2 .exe files, the img files being 1.4 megs a piece, the other two like 60 and 65k.  I'd really appriciate it if someone could either email me ( or im me (aol/aim BiteJames).  

Thanks in Advance!
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BiteJamesAuthor Commented:
Adjusted points to 100
Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Sending them right now to ya
Frank TownsendTechCommented:
If you have a complete CD such as build 2072, there should be a bootdisk folder. Inside it is are the inages and two mkboot programs.  Thats all you need to produce the boot disks.
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Sending them right now to ya

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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Oops, ghost response.  Sorry, ftown, he tried that already:

"direct me to somewhere that has the \bootdisk directory of a windows 2000 cd"

Please reject ftown's answer, as you already stated that you know about \BOOTDISK on the W2K cd.
BiteJamesAuthor Commented:
I mentioned that I didn't have what he wanted me to do.
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