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Confused about the monero hardforks that spawned xmc monero classic and xmo monero original?

As far as I know, they're all the same. There's no actual maintained fork, just the ASICs which didn't switch to another coin continuing mining on their own chain. Three (four I think ?) different ...
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Monero original giving me this strange line saying upgrade

Monero has updated its consensus rules a couple months ago. What some call "Monero original" is just an old Monero version on which some people continued to mine. You need to update your software so ...
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XMR to XMO (Recovery)

It is impossible for XMR to become XMO during a blockchain transaction. What actually happened is that XMR was sent to an "XMO address" which was interpreted as an XMR address. Therefore you sent XMR ...
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Monero original giving me this strange line saying upgrade

This is the support page and forum for Monero (XMR), not Monero Original (XMO). We will not likely have the information that you are looking for.
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Old node that is still on monero v11 - Is this on a fork now? Is this considered Monero Original and Classic?

Yes v11 is not supported anymore. And installing v11 of monero does put your on the old chain which is called classic / original. It will wither and die over time due to the lack of development on it. ...
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Monero forked into 4 separate chains. How can one claim them, and where can one dump them?

First off, there are not 4 separate chains. There are only 2 chains: the official Monero, and a common chain shared by Monero Classic, MoneroC, Monero 0, and Monero Original. The last four are simply ...
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