Slipstream Method

Hi Friends,

We are going to discuss about a very interesting method and it is named as Slipstream Method. Using this method if you have Windows xp Service pack 1 and a separate Service pack 2 cd then you can integrate both the cd and can form Windows XP Service Pack 2 cd.

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Step 1:

Copy Windows XP Service Pack 1 cd content to a folder in hdd (eg f:\xp)

Step 2:

Copy Service Pack 2 Cd content to a folder in hdd (eg f:\sp2)

Step 3:

Click Start -> Run

Step 4:

Type “cmd” without quotes and click open.

(it will open dos mode)

Step 5:

Now type following commands which is inside quotes (use the command without quotes) assuming C:\ to be the default prompt in the dos window.

C:\>”cd f:\sp2″

Step 6:

Now use the following command to integrate which is inside quotes (use the command without quotes)

F: \sp2> “xpsp2.exe /integrate:f:\xp”

Now the process of integration will start like in the below image.

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Step 7:

Now copy the content in the “F:\XP” folder and burn it as a bootable dis.

Well you have successfully created a Windows XP SP2 disc. Congrats..!!

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~ by ramanathan on November 25, 2007.

One Response to “Slipstream Method”

  1. Please oh please keep writing! Your articles are wonderful!

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