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'''Windows ME build 2332.2''' is an alpha build of the [[Windows ME]] operating system developed by Microsoft. This build is well known for containing up to 29 files from the [[Windows Neptune]] project, which was to bridge the gap between the 9x series and Windows NT. Interestingly, there is no boot screen after the setup. This build already removes the ability to reboot into DOS mode.
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'''Windows ME build 2332.2''' is an alpha build of the [[Windows ME]] operating system developed by Microsoft. This build is the earliest beta of Windows ME, released to developers on 1999-07-23.<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20030626211158/http://winsupersite.com/reviews/windowsme_gold.asp</ref> This build is well known for containing up to 29 files from the [[Windows Neptune]] project, which was to bridge the gap between the 9x series and Windows NT. Interestingly, there is no boot screen after the setup. This build already removes the ability to reboot into DOS mode.
  
 
USB support is an issue with this build; older drivers may not install, while drivers compatible with later versions of Windows ME may crash. Also, ACPI must be used, otherwise on shutdown, the computer can crash.
 
USB support is an issue with this build; older drivers may not install, while drivers compatible with later versions of Windows ME may crash. Also, ACPI must be used, otherwise on shutdown, the computer can crash.
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Revision as of 17:30, 19 July 2019

4.90.2332.2
Build of Windows ME
4.90.2332.2
OS family
Architecturex86
Compiled1999-07-13
Timebomb1999-12-15 (+155 days)
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Windows ME build 2332.2 is an alpha build of the Windows ME operating system developed by Microsoft. This build is the earliest beta of Windows ME, released to developers on 1999-07-23.[1] This build is well known for containing up to 29 files from the Windows Neptune project, which was to bridge the gap between the 9x series and Windows NT. Interestingly, there is no boot screen after the setup. This build already removes the ability to reboot into DOS mode.

USB support is an issue with this build; older drivers may not install, while drivers compatible with later versions of Windows ME may crash. Also, ACPI must be used, otherwise on shutdown, the computer can crash.

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Miscellaneous

References