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Does anyone know the path to get to patchset 3095277 on Metalink

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I am trying to locate the 9.2.0.4 patch set for Windows.  I have searched Metalink to no avail.  Does anyone have the actual link to this?
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I have found 9.2.0.4 patch set for Windows on Metalink. I have used Patches -> Advanced Search:
Product or Product family = Oracle Database Family
Release = Oracle 9.2.0.4
Platform or Language = Microsoft Windows (32 bit)
and other options I have left unchanged.
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