Missing Intel SDM Documents

I’ve been trying to complete my archive of Intel SDM documents circa 2000 and later. I have most of the editions archived but a few are missing. Readers of this blog could have something stashed away too, so perhaps someone could help? I’m looking for original PDFs with no modifications, at least not obvious ones.

First the missing Documentation Changes issues. Those tend to be hard to find as most users don’t seem to care about them.

252046-001
252046-002
252046-005
252046-006
252046-008
252046-012
252046-013
252046-015
252046-017
252046-019
252046-023
252046-024
252046-033
252046-034
252046-041

And now the actual SDM in current format:

253666-028US
253666-035US
253667-035US
253668-036US
325462-039US
253666-041US
253668-041US
326018-041US
326019-041US
325384-042US
252046-049US
253665-049US
253666-049US
253667-049US
253668-049US
253669-049US
325383-049US
325384-049US
325462-049US
326018-049US

The 049 edition was short lived and I failed to grab it in time. Anything not listed here I should have, from the 013 edition up to (currently) 057. The 013 and 014 editions were not clearly marked but from 015 up the revision number is clearly shown on the cover.

I may also be missing some of the earliest issues of the older set, document numbers 245470, 245471, and 245472. Unfortunately around 2001 Intel did not clearly mark the editions and only the PDF modification date hints that something was changed.

The 1990s documents are if anything even worse and I don’t know how to even find out what was published. I probably have most of them but no way to be certain.

Update: Thanks to helpful readers, the list of missing documents is now shorter.

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11 Responses to Missing Intel SDM Documents

  1. PaX Team says:

    hi,

    how do i get these to you?

    252046-006
    252046-008
    252046-012
    252046-013
    252046-024

  2. Michal Necasek says:

    Thanks!

  3. Michal Necasek says:

    Okay, that looks like what I’m looking for. But how did you find these documents? They don’t come up in Google. I’m clearly doing something wrong or I would have found these long ago.

    Thanks!

  4. Dale Smoker says:

    I found the first three with just a (U.S.) Google search. All of them were in the first few results along with your post.

    The fourth only generated a closely related volume so I opened the folder where it was located to check for its companions and 253668-036US was there.

    Using filetype:pdf might help narrow the searches.

  5. Michal Necasek says:

    Yeah, now I see them too. I don’t know why I couldn’t find them earlier. Anyway, thanks!

  6. kib says:

    Could you make the collection available, please ? Apparently, old editions of SDM are useful sometimes, but I am sure that many people, me included, do not keep copies around.

  7. Michal Necasek says:

    My hosting provider would probably not be happy if I just dumped everything on the site (it’s a lot). I can make a few specific versions available, if you tell me which ones. Or I can work with someone else who has more bandwidth.

  8. kib says:

    How large the set is ? My estimations give around 1GB for it.

    I can put it for public access on my local machine, which is always on. This means that I would not guarantee a backup and 100% link uptime. I may also try to arrange more reliable hosting for the collection, after it is put up initially.

    You have my mail, it is better to continue discussion not on the blog.

  9. Rodney Hester says:

    I’m also willing to host them if desired – I have the bandwidth and space, but it is a home server and doesn’t get much above 99% uptime. 🙂

  10. Michal Necasek says:

    The documents are now available here thanks to a helpful reader. The presentation needs more work (on my part) but the Intel SDM archive files are all there — or at least all that I have. Nearly 20 years worth of SDMs.

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