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That is such an old version that you may want to search for it as a bittorrent (file sharing target). The process to actually download it (without risk to your system) is beyond the scope of this answer but you can read up on bittorrents on wikipedia.org if you're interested in going that route. I occasionally use that method for rare/older software and just found an old version of some media software and re-installed it again using a bittorrent file package so I can use my cheapo TV device on my PC. Make sure your virus software is updated before you download anything.