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Where can I find Windows Security Disk ISO?

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About 3 years ago M$ distributed a free CD with all updates up until that time for Windows 95 (I think) and later versions.
It was extremely useful for reinstallations for people with unsupported versions and those with no high speed internet connection.
Mine was left in someone's CD tray and - ahem - I didn't have a copy.
I found an ISO download a while back but all it produced was several coasters.
Anybody out there know of a download site for that disc? Or another way of accomplishing the same thing.
Helpful souls have offered me XP SP2, but that's not what I'm talking about.
Thanks,
Alan.
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Sorry guy, but this has been replaced with Windows Live OneCare.

I doubt that ISO exists any longer.

Check this site:
http://www.governmentsecurity.org/archive/t10423.html

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Microsoft is sending free security Update Cd to its users . The package contains 2 cd's . One cd contains all the updates for windows 2000 xp me and 98 till date . It also contains servicepack 1 for windows xp and service pack 4 for windows 2000. And may contain winxp sp2 (not sure i got cd 2 months b4r) .
This cd's are very usefull for modem users who dont want to spend hours on updating windows and downloading service packs . This cd's are 100 % free and no shipping charges . Anyone can order cd u dont have to show cd key or anything for order

Order it here: http://microsoft.com/security/protect/cd/order.asp
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Unfortunately, http://microsoft.com/security/protect/cd/order.asp
takes you to
http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/protect/windows2000/Default.mspx

It's gone, unless you call MS? ;)
They may have a few left, but I'm sure they are out of date.
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by:Alan Henderson
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Thanks Phil,  your answer is what I expected. Ce la vie.
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