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Thread: xp service pack 1 slipstreaming




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    anyone seen any articles to do with slipstreaming the service pack for WinXP?

    ive gotten a few for Win2K, OfficeXP too, but can't find any information about it for WinXP.

    thanks in advance!

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    No nothing has come thru about doin' that but I'll let ya know when it does. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Is this the type of information that you are looking for?

    http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?...ct=article.cfm

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    Found one at www.ntfs.org/forum/ under Tpis &Tweaks

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    Found one at www.ntfs.org/forum/ under Tips & Tweaks

    Oops, sorry. One time was enough

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    thanks guys, i spent an hour or two googling, but didnt come up with anything. that'll teach me not to bookmark the useful OS-related sites :)

    thanks again!

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    you could try http://www.windowsxp.nu/

    Coming soon to WindowsXP.nu:
    The Ultimate XP BOOT CD Guide
    Well SP1 is out time for me to write another guide how to make your Ultimate Boot CD.

    With this CD you will be able to install WinXP on a system without booting from floppy
    When done installing the system will be on ServicePack 1 level including the post sp1 Hotfixes you choose.
    Use this CD to update existing XP systems to SP1
    Install XP without having to put in your Product Key
    This CD can automatically install your systems drivers that XP does not have
    This CD will contain your favourite tools and can be automatically installed

    Sounds good?

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    Very :)

    Keep us posted!
    Moo.

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    I did it 3 days ago works like a charm cd is bootable and I tested it by repairing this install and it was fine use the guide at

    http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?...ct=article.cfm

    but dont rename your sp1.exe just follow the guide but make it easier make a folder on C:/ called XP then in that make three new folders (root) (boot) (sp1)

    use isobuster to extract the winxp cd into (root) use isobuster to extract sp1 into (sp1) and unzip the boot.zip and place the boot.bin into (boot)

    ok now just use this in the run comand box

    C:\XP\SP1\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE -S:C:\XP\ROOT

    and after that just follow the setup for nero or ezcd

    remember that you need at add all the files from (root) to the burn window not the (root) folder

    in nero you wont see the boot files in the burn window

    in ezcd you see them

    good luck
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    think this is what you need:

    http://www.windows-help.net/WindowsX...p1-bootcd.html


    cheers.

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