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Old 09-12-2005, 10:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i know most of this is possible if not all but i need some help. i have the first version of xp pro that i bought when it first came out with no sp or anything. i also have the official ms sp2 disc that i got for free from them. i know you can slipstream your own disc but how do i put all the stuff i want on to be done when i first boot up? what i mean is i want my disc so that when i install windows from my new disc it will alredy have sp2 on it, any drivers i decide to put on the disc installed, and programs such as windows messanger and outlook uninstalled or just not installed at all.
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While your at it why don't you intergrate you CD key in an answer file as well. You said you tried slipstreaming doesn't that work?
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no i didnt say i tried it alredy but i know it works because my friend had one that had sp2 on it and his drivers. also if you are refering to this post http://www.techist.com/showthread.php?threadid=70425 you can plainly see my name is not joman25.
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I can see you are Charbo. No reason to blow up I am suggesting if you want to make a custom disc that would be a nice add on I never said you had to.

Ok so you haven't tried slipstreaming do you know how it works?



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heh sorry i thought you were trying to be a smartass about it. ya it would be nice especially if i cant find my xp folder thingy at that moment. no i havent done a slipstream before but i assume the first thing i will need to do is make an iso of xp from my disc and then extract all the files from it?
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ok i got that so now i have a iso with sp2 also but how can i add drivers to it so i dont have to install all that stuff when i reformat? also does anyone know how to compleatly remove programs like windows messenger and outlook from the cd so they wont install at all?
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ok i got nLite 1.0 Beta 6 so as soon as my iso finishes extracting i will try it, thanks
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you can use this to get drivers to add to nlite

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