IBM OS/2 Warp 4 CollectionDiscontinued Software- IBM OS2 Warp 4 - 9.023 - English - AppSampler- IBM OS2 Warp 4 - 9.023 - English - Install CD- IBM OS2 Warp 4. Jul 16, 2006 - OS/2 Warp 3.0 Boot CD - posted in Windows 3x/9x: I have OS/2 warp which boots & installs from floppy disks. Nowadays the. Am looking for boot cd image so that I can go back to OS/2 on my old pc for nostalgia sake. I've never even saw how a warp 3 OS looks like, would you care to post a screenshot? OS/2 Warp 4 OS/2 Warp 4. OS/2 Warp 4 incorporated a number of new technologies, such as Java, OpenGL, OpenDoc, and VoiceType. It also updated the appearance of the. OS/2 Warp 3.0 Boot CD - posted in Windows 3x/9x. But the utility pack is worth the download. OS/2's version of sourceforge. 32s) are executed faster under. Jul 21, 2010 Post subject: Re: Req: IBM OS/2 3. Cwcheat Psp 5.50 Gen D3. 0 Warp ISO Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:50 pm. Joined Sat May 15, 2010 1:59 am Posts 430 Location Virginia, North America.
Hi Ivan and Doug, I though originally Kelvin might have ment CDBoot the program but I've removed two other posts were Kelvin is seeking ISO's of OS/2 Warp, Warp v4.52 Boot CD's. He is posting from China so I'm working on the assumption that some education is required Since Kelvin's flurry of posts shortly after joining (no claims to be a Google employee, ie, not standard bot), and conveying a sense of urgency in one removed post, Kelvin hasn't been back for 21 hours, at least not logged in. Sin Senos No Hay Paraiso there. I also keep the OS/2 v4 boot disks on os2site.com, these are/were all publically available from IBM so no problems with these.
The OS/2 Boot CD has a lot more copyright material as well as more up to-date files than what I have on os2site.com, and they were never publicly released, so I cant publicly host them Loaddsk and savedsk floppy diskette utilities simply create image files from FD's, or create FD's from image files, as you pointed out, from image files like the Warp3 boot diskette image on os2site.com, CDBoot is great for creating updated boot CD's but you still need the original OS/2 install/CD's etc as Radek pointed out. If Kelvin is a real person I'm more than happy to help him with instructions on using those utilities etc, so I hope I haven't scared him off! I give people the benefit but as I get older, my rope gets shorter ) Cheers Ian.