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where i can get the ms dos alone ???

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closed as off topic by Dennis Williamson, MDMarra, sysadmin1138, EEAA, splattne Sep 30 '10 at 17:14

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Please add some more detail about your goals here. Your question is quite vague as it is written now. I suspect it will be closed without additional information. – jscott Sep 30 '10 at 15:06
Wait for it to walk into an alley? – Bart Silverstrim Sep 30 '10 at 15:50
Get some buddies to go dance with its friends? – mfinni Sep 30 '10 at 15:57

Right here, baby. EBay has people selling all kinds of old media. MS-DOS 6.22 is where it's at.

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But that version isn't on a 5.25"! – DanBig Sep 30 '10 at 16:06
69 bucks! That's extortionate. – Tom O'Connor Sep 30 '10 at 16:18
Too bad I threw out all my shrinkwrapped MS-DOS, PC-DOS, Windows for Workgroups, and Netware floppies. Almost as mad as when I sold all my old Star Wars in a yard sale - if I had kept it for 10 more years I could have made a killing. – mfinni Sep 30 '10 at 16:28

You may want to look at the FreeDOS project.

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can i make all the default operations??? – user55763 Sep 30 '10 at 15:06
@sana I am not sure what you're asking. Please have a look at the FreeDOS FAQ perhaps the General Info and Using FreeDOS sections will help you. – jscott Sep 30 '10 at 15:12

Depending on what you are using it for,a TechNet subscription Might be a good place to start. Their catalog goes all the way back into DOS 6.2

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There are many different versions of DOS, I think the final version was 8.0. I'm not sure if you still have to pay (probably would only be a couple of £/$) Take a look at FreeDos

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