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PostIcon Posted on: Jul. 02 2004,10:39  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Step1: Copying the Source Files
1. Insert your WindowsXP CD
2. If prompted, do not install WindowsXP
3. Create a directory on the hard drive and copy the entire contents of the CD to that directory
   For example, use c:\winxp

Step 2: Download the Service Pack
1. Download the latest Service Pack from Microsoft's web site.
 This should be one large executable file named as WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe.
2. Run the executable with a -x at the end.
  e.g. "WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe -x"  (no quotes)
3. It will first verify the integrity of the file.
4. Then you will be prompted for a location to extract the Service Pack.  
   For the example, use c:\xp_sp2
5. Click on OK when the extraction is complete

Step 3: Performing the SlipStream
1. Given the previous examples, go to the  c:\xp_sp2\i386\update directory
2. Run:
update.exe -integrate:c:\winxp
3. When it is finished, you will see the message The Integrated install has completed successfully

Step 4: Extracting a boot file
1. Start UltraISO.
2. For version 7.21 SR-2, choose 'Bootable'->'Extract boot file from CD/DVD'
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For previous version,
2. Press F5 or select 'Tools'->'Make CD Image'
  and Check 'Extract Boot Image' at the "Make CD Image" dialog

3. Set output file as c:\boot.bif
4. Click 'Extract'
   The boot file should be 2KB large
5. Click 'Return' to close the dialog

Step 5: Making a bootable ISO
1. Change to C:\winxp at lower (local) area
2. Press F3 to add all files and folders under c:\winxp to upper (image) area. You can also do it by Drag & Drop  .
3. Use 'Bootable'->'Load boot file' from main menu
4. The "Load Boot File" dialog apears
5. Select c:\boot.bif, and click 'OK'  
6. Press 'Ctrl+S' to save the ISO file
  For example, named as c:\wxp_sp2.iso

Step 6: Burning the ISO image
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1. Firstly, please make sure you are using lastest version (7.2.1.819 and above), you can grab it from  links on http://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso/download.htm
2. Use 'Options'->'Configuration' from main menu, a dialog will apear
3. Click 'Detect' button, UltraISO will ask you to confirm using Easy CD/DVD Creator,WinOnCD or Easy Media Creator as default burning software, answer 'Yes'
4. Click 'OK' to close this dialog  

5. Put a blank CD-R disc to your recorder, and press F7 to burn

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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 09 2004,17:57 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Is there any need to remove the WIN51IP.SP1 file from the ISO?

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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 09 2004,19:20 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

If you slipsteam SP2 to initial XP CDs, only win51ip.sp2 is created.
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I SlipStreamed SP2 to a Windows XP SP1 CD.

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The .sp1 file is harmless, you can keep it there.
On the other hand, this file is not used by SP2 setup program, you can delete it if you want to.
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Is there a similar method to slipstream 2k with sp4?  I wasn't able to find a "update" file on the disk.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!:D
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I found it!  for those who are interested:  http://www.geocities.com/ziyadhosein/slipstream.htm  :p
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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 21 2004,17:12 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Here's an even easier way to slipstream in SP2 if you don't want to do any work manually:

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=188337

This utility will automatically slipstream in SP1 or SP2 for XP and also works with Windows 2000 and supposedly with Server 2003. All you have to do is point it to your XP or Win2K CD or a directory containg the files and tell it where you have the SP and it will automatically slipstream in the SP for you and create a bootable ISO.

Note: I noticed that when you point it to SP2 it identifies it as a SP2 Pre-release but it still works fine. I guess it's just that it was released before SP2 was and so it does not know what the final released build is.

I tried it and it works like a charm. Enjoy!

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PostIcon Posted on: Aug. 22 2004,11:46 Skip to the previous post in this topic. Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Just tested out the method posted above in the first post with Windows 2000.  There's only one modification that needs to be made to the command to make it work with Windows 2000.

Original command (works for Windows XP)
update.exe -integrate:c:\winxp

That command does not work with Windows 2000.

Revising the command to read as shown below will work for Windows 2000:
update.exe -s:c:\winxp

Again, the only thing that needs to be changed is the -integrate needs to be changed to -s.  Obviously, make sure your path where the Windows 2000 source files can be located is correct also.

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PostIcon Posted on: Sep. 09 2004,18:32 Skip to the previous post in this topic.  Ignore posts   QUOTE

Sorry

What is the meaning of slipstream in plain English PLEASE?? [B]

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