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    i looked on some sites on how to make a slipstream xp disk but i cant dl sp1 from microsoft. it just tells me that i don't need any updates.

    also can i make a disk with sp1 and sp2 with xp

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    Quote Originally Posted by foot loose
    also can i make a disk with sp1 and sp2 with xp
    you mean SP1+SP2 on the same disc? why?
    SP2 covers all fixes from SP1.....
    unless you're thinking of having the option to install either/or
    then i would think you need to author a disc somehow...
    a slipstreamed windows disc wont do i dont think
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    Windows Xp service Pack 1a

    Windows XP Service Pack 2

    To slipstream a service pack first copy the contents of the setup CD to your HD. Run the service pack with the -s option

    example "WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe -s c:\xpcd\"

    The folder you point to should be where the i386 folder is.

    and write to CD again.

    If you want to make it bootable and everything read more info here.
    Last edited by Ariel_001; 02-24-2005 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FKDUP74
    you mean SP1+SP2 on the same disc? why?
    SP2 covers all fixes from SP1.....
    unless you're thinking of having the option to install either/or
    then i would think you need to author a disc somehow...
    a slipstreamed windows disc wont do i dont think
    sorry i mean sp2 with xp how do i do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel_001
    1. Windows Xp service Pack 1a

    Windows XP Service Pack 2

    To slipstream a service pack first copy the contents of the setup CD to your HD. Run the service pack with the -s option

    example "WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe -s c:\xpcd\"

    The folder you point to should be where the i386 folder is.

    and write to CD again.

    If you want to make it bootable and everything read more info here.

    thanks.

    also can i make a xp disk that dose not ask for a key

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    Just get AutoStreamer from neowin.net or Google. It's easy.

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    go to the software guide section, there is a link there to an amazing wealth of info about this
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    thanks everyone

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    http://www.autopatcher.com/autostreamer.html

    Download the free "autostreamer" utility. All you will need is a valid Windows XP share and the appropriate service package you want to incorporate. Visit http://www.autopatcher.com/index.html if you want to try your hand with the "autopatcher" utility and get alittle more advanced in including specific updates and customized features in crafting a version of Windows to your own tastes.

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