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Slipstream post XP sp3 updates

I managed to slipstream SP3 and my XP (install)disk onto a bootable CD which now sees HDDs > 130GB. How can I now put all the later updates onto a cd (dvd) that has all the current updates? ie I now would be able pretty much have XP at its current level of hotfixes? TIA.

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You can activate your windows xp with product keys, personally recommend you to go to:
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The same way you slip streamed SP3. You can download all the updates here. http://catalog.update.microsoft.com Alternately you update your system to a base install get all the updates and create a ghost image.

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I can' t install Windows Xp on my Asus M50V ( intel centrino 2 T9400).


You need to make sure you have a Windows XP install with Service Pack 3 with it. You can not install the earlier versions of XP on your platform. If you have your own XP disk and another computer with a CD burner you can do what is called "Slipstream" your XP disk to include Service Pack 3 on it. Then you can install XP+SP3 from one CD onto your laptop.

First you need a copy of windows XP. This I can not help with, beg/borrow/ste..... I mean ask a friend for his purchased and fully unused license for installation.

Next, you need the official SP3 file is available for download on Microsoft's servers. Here's the direct link to the English version.

Next, download nLite (and .NET 2.0 or higher from the windows update site.)

Then, follow these instructions to slipstream the CD and install away!

I would post a complete step-by-step here, but the work is already done by LifeHacker and it is done nicely with little pictures and tid-bits to help you along... So why re-invent the wheel :)

Let me know if you need anything else,

Brian

May 25, 2011 | ASUS M50 Series M50Vm-B1 NoteBook Intel...

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Automatically Slipstream Windows XP SP3 plus Hotfixes usign scripts


Ross Smith has one of best methods available to create your self a slipstreamed Windows XP with SP3 installed and all the critical hotfixes, the only problem is that he stopped developing it in April 2009 so the list is about 40 hotfixes short, network installation SP3 version HERE

smithi's great script http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp3 please will you update it Ross ?

I also like using RVM Integrator v1.6.7 OR Autostreamer v1.0.30 to slipstream SP3 first to a folder containing the Windows XP SP2 I386 files this will give you a installation folder with all the SP3 files integrated.

Paul Thurrott's WinSupersite gives you a manual method if you prefer tutorial with screendumps HERE also how to exrtract the microsoft image file so that you can create your own bootable CD

Then download the Hotfixes EF2 list for use with using IDM from my public skydrive HERE is my exported list OR if you prefer use Windows Update Downloader and download one of the update lists, you must double click the ULZ file to install it into the interface, update lists HERE


N.B>these 2 won't slipstream, but they can be run after windows is installed:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/7/1/971f55c8-d512-494f-9c5e-7cc3f9b190ee/msxml4-KB954430-enu.exe

http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/7/5/2753aabc-24de-41be-a05b-d41fc76f3aad/msxml6-KB954459-enu-x86.exe

There are other alternatives like hfslip (similiar to smithi's script) and nLite + WinUpdateDownloader I have had limited success with both of them however there are alot of Program Addons available for nLite like WMP11 and IE8 and a whole list from MSFN available HERE


Late Updated : June 2010

on Jan 21, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 for...

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Download all the SP3 hotfixes and Slipstream them to your CD


If you use Internet download manager IDM the fastest on the net cost $24.95

http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com

Import this ef2 IDM queue and it will do all the rest for you this is correct upto April 2009 feel free to add the missing 8 months worth I will update this when I have time

http://depositfiles.com/files/vtyqigsq8



If you want to install all the latest hofixes and security updates you can use Ross Smith's http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp3 command files last updated in May 2009, I use the xpsp3.cmd file to create slipstreamed windows boot CD for my friends. If you don't want to use them they are great to find out what updates and hotfixes can be slipstreamed.

Build a Bootable Windows XP disk with Service Pack 3 and all critical post-SP3 hotfixes slipstreamed

http://smithii.com/files/xpsp3.cmd

OR

Apply Windows XP Service Pack 3 and all critical post-SP3 hotfixes

http://smithii.com/files/xpsp3local.cmd

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To slipstream the hotfixes, and burn the slipstreamed disk

http://smithii.com/files/xpsp3.mak


N.B> This guy Paul Thurrott is also on Twitter and explains how to do this the old fashioned manual way although he is pre-occupied with Windows 7 at the moment.http://www.winsupersite.com

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If you are having issues then you may need to extract the sata drivers onto a memory stick or floppy disk and press F6 before windows xp loads and specify to use the sata drivers which you can download from the motherboards manufacturers website generally as a zip file which you will first need to extract into a folder.

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Sata


IF you put Vista it will have the SATA drivers you need.
Not sure what you mean about the XP disk.
You can use any XP CD to slipstream. While the ideal CD to use would be XP SP2, you always slipstream in the SP2 on top of the base XP CD.
I would advise against the SP3 as it still has issues. And SP3 still doesn't have any SATA drivers.
Once you create a slipstream XP CD, even if it is the baseline XP without any SP on it, you can always add them through Windows Update.

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