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Thread: Windows XP Professional SP2 DVD - MAJOR SLIPSTREAM MOD

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    Wolfmight's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +1
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    Has anyone tried installing this as their Windows XP OS?
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    Windows XP Professional SP2 DVD
    Created by DJB on December 1st, 2005
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    Windows XP Slipstreamed with
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    * RyanVM Windows XP Post-SP2 Update Pack 2.0.1
    * Keytotime Windows Genuine Advantage Tool (Cracked) 1.4.389.0
    * RyanVM Addon Pack 1.2
    * RyanVM Windows Media Player 10 Addon 2.0
    * RyanVM SFC_OS.dll Addon 1.0
    * RyanVM Syssetup.dll Addon 1.0
    * RyanVM Tcpip.sys (100 Connections) Addon 1.0
    * RyanVM UXTheme.dll Addon 1.0
    * Kelsenellenelvian Resource Hacker Addon 1.0
    * Kelsenellenelvian TweakUI Addon 1.1
    * Kelsenellenelvian Add "File extensions toggle" to right click 1.0
    * Kelsenellenelvian Add "Hidden files toggle" to right click 1.0

    * BTS DriverPacks Base 5.11.6 (Method #2)
    Chipset 5.11.1 - CPU 5.06 - Graphics A 5.11 - Graphics B 5.11.1 - LAN 5.11
    MassStorage 5.10 - Sound A 5.11 - Sound B 5.11 - WLAN 5.11

    Office 2003 Slipstreamed with
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    * KB887616 (Service Pack 2) - KB870765 - KB870774 - KB873362 - KB890854 -
    KB891067 - KB892236 - KB894384 - KB896999 - KB907417 - KB907492


    System Requirements
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    ForceASPI 1.7
    Macromedia Shockwave Player 10
    Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
    Microsoft Java VM 3810
    Microsoft VB 6.0 SP6 Runtimes
    Sun Java2 Runtime Environment 5.0 Update 5

    Codecs
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    Fraunhofer IIS MP3 Codec
    K-Lite Codec Pack 2.63 Full
    K-Lite Codec Pack 2.63 Standard
    QuickTime Alternative 1.66 Final
    Real Alternative 1.45 Final

    Programs
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    7-Zip 4.30 Beta
    Ad-Aware SE Professional Edition 1.06
    Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.05
    Animation Shop 3
    DVD Decrypter 3.5.4.0
    DVD2One 1.5.1
    Google Toolbar 3.0.124.6
    Magic ISO Maker 5.0.0166
    Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7
    Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.7
    Nero Burning ROM 6.6.0.18
    O&O Defrag Professional 8.0.1398
    Office 2003 SP2 (with Office Resource Kit)
    PeerGuardian 2
    PowerDVD 6
    Spybot-Search and Destroy 1.4
    Symantec Client Security 10
    Trillian Pro 3.1 Build 121
    WinRar 3.51 Final (with extra Themes)
    WinZip Pro 10.0.6667

    Windows Tweaks
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    Add "Services" to Right-Click on Computer
    Add Clipboard to the Control Panel
    Add Command Line to the Right-Click
    Add Notepad to the Rght-Click Menu
    Disable Desktop Cleanup Wizard
    Disable Error Reporting (still notifies)
    Disable IMAPI CD-Burning Service
    Disable Internet Explorer windows from being reused
    Disable Low Disk Space Checks
    Disable Recent Documents Menu
    Disable Remote Registry Service
    Disable Welcome Screen and uses Classic Logon
    Disable Windows Picture and Fax Viewer
    Disable Windows Time Service
    Disable Windows Tour Bubble Popup
    Increase Folder View Size Limit to 8000
    Increase Internet Explorer's simultaneous Downloads to 10
    Remove Language Bar
    Remove Shared Documents from My Computer

    Windows Tweaks (Windows Secutiry Center)
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    Disable Anti-virus Notifications
    Disable Automatic Updates Notifications
    Disable Firewall Notifications
    Disable Security Center


    It's about 1.24GB and it installs off a DVD. I just worry about a keylogger or something hidden inside. I would hate that.

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    I did my own slipstream of XP VLK & SP2 using Neowin's Autostreamer.

    Then I took that CD. Which is around 580MB. Then I cut out all the shit I didn't want using nLite. Used their NET runtime so I didn't have to install shit .NET framework . And now my install disk is around 299MB.

    Both were real EASY! I suggest you stay away from somebody elses distro & make your own.

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    I installed a slipstream once, was the worst decision ive ever made.... Installed a shitload of virus's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linkin Park
    I installed a slipstream once, was the worst decision ive ever made.... Installed a shitload of virus's.
    yea, i figure it's too tempting to include a trojan or two hidden within your distro

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    Oh easy to do your own tho , install drivers ,settings, all your programs . There's a guide on this site somewhere .

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    It's way way too easy to make your own.

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    Do they normally run faster than installing windows and later installing the same applications? I figure they might...for awhile that is. (before windows starts getting fat and lazy)

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    My systems quicker & uses less resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peat moss
    Oh easy to do your own tho , install drivers ,settings, all your programs . There's a guide on this site somewhere .
    Yes, I would really like to learn how to do that sometime. I figure designing my own custom VLK distro would be quite abit simpler than installing each individual application, driver and update after a reformat.

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    Just get AutoStreamer & nLite. That's all it takes. Besides XP VLK CD & SP2.

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