Welcome to the SuperWOS 2003 CD (Super-Windows-OS 2003)

This is the Super-Windows-OS 2003 CD which put Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Professional 2000 SP3, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, Windows for WorkGroup 3.11 and MS-DOS 6.22 onto one single CD.  There is a Tools Folder which included various useful tools and utilities: FAT32, IE302R, NTFS98, NTFSDOS, PM4DOS, WINIMAGE, WINRAR, WINZIP, CDRWIN, DAEMON-TOOLS, RESOURCE-Hack, TWEAKUI, WININFO & WINISO.

Bootable CD-Menu

The CD is bootable directly into a Main Menu from which you can choose to boot for Emergency Repair with Norton SystemWorks, Norton AntiVirus or the Norton Ghost from the CD, and for installing Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000 Professional or Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.  Using BootScriptor, other Advanced Boot-Options are provided as well:

Autorun CD-Menu

Under Win32 environment, the Autorun CD-Menu will allow access of different contents of the CD in a user friendly manner:

 

Notes for installing Windows 2000 Professional: 

Since this is a N-in-1 CD which has moved all the Files/Directories of the Windows 2000 Professional one level down the root directory to \W2PFPP, we therefore need to use Advanced Options during the Setup of the Windows 2000 Professional if you do not boot the CD directly but want to install under Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP:

After you have input the Product-Key, you will be in "Windows Setup" screen. From there you click the "Advanced Options" button to go to that window, you then check both of the 2 boxes in the lower part of the window:

[X] Copy all installation files from the Setup CD

[X] I want to choose the install drive letter and partition during Setup

By doing this, the system will make a copy of files from the correct source path of your CD to the hard-disk first instead of searching the \i386 in standard CD installation. You then will not have trouble of being asked constantly to insert CD or being reported of missing files because of the redirected i386 directory. This is similar to make installation from source on network or hard-disk.

Upgrade to Windows 2000 Professional:

Enjoy!

by Michael K.H. Au-Yeung, on October 24, 2002.