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Old 12-13-2011, 06:06 AM   #1
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How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

I own 1 XP Professional OEM Gold cd and XP Home/SP2 Update cd. With each I installed Nlite and slipped streamed them both with SP3 and made 2 new setup cd's one of each of course just to be clear. The question I hear a lot is "Do I have to slip stream my gold XP with SP1 first then SP2 before SP3?" NO, YOU DO NOT! OK, I feel better now. I for got to and really should have mentioned what I did before I did the for mentioned slip stream upgrade to SP3 level XPSP3 setup cd.
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:14 AM   #2
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

It is wise that you create two new folders(not on your desktop) on the C-Drive if that is all you have or one of the storage drives in your system. "Why two folders?" Because as the title states we are going to make a XPSP4 install DVD, and it is going to be over 700mgrz. Now when you create these 2 folders name them anything but keep it easy and one-piece (no space) like XPSP3 and for the other DriverPacks. That was a hint. Very good grasshopper.
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:22 AM   #3
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

If you don't have burning program to burn the image you make, Nlite has a built-in burner. I have used it and it works very nicely.
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:24 AM   #4
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Do you have a new slipped streamed version on cd? Good or did you already have XPSP3 setup cd? If you have a extracted copy of the previous CD in your folder (appropriately named for what ever you choose to identify this folder) delete the contents so we may begin to make our XPSP4 DVD setup disc.
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:33 AM   #5
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Why are we going to all the trouble? After all XP is over 10 years old and most people have abandoned it for Vista (ouch) or Windows-7. Because Most gamers still are on it because 1 they have old games that do not install on Win-7 and 2 games run better on XP. Not my opinion but it is the opinion of most gamers. For now games are able to install on XPSP3, but probably not for long. When that time comes then I will be forced to let XP die.
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:46 AM   #6
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Just to refresh: do you have 2 new folders appropriately named? You are going to run a fresh instance of nlite and extract XPSP3 to the XPSP3 folder. You will be using the DriverPacks folder last then one last time start nlite to make the finale XPSP4 setup disc ISO image. See isn't this easy? Why is it necessary? First let me state we do not have to use the driver packs to accomplish this, but I love how we can intregrate more than just the Sata controller drivers to get XP to install on current new hardware. Even if you do not need these Sata drivers one can still make this for an updated XPSP3 install saves a bunch of time.
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Old 12-13-2011, 08:57 AM   #7
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

You will be needing installed a torrent program in order to download the driver pack files. I use Utorrent. It does what I want to do. Oh gosh, I just thought of something very important. I apologize. I am writing this off the cuff. I can't edit, or arrange things. This post should have been first. You have to run all of this on XP only. Stop and do not go any further if you are running something else. Again, sorry folks.
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Old 12-13-2011, 09:01 AM   #8
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

I am not a professional writer and this is truely hard for me to do. My spelling is very bad and I do not have a college education. My mind is getting tired now and if I continue now things will only get worse, so Bye for now. I will return with all the good stuff later.
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Old 12-13-2011, 10:32 AM   #9
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

There is an alternative if you want to try this on Win-7. I do not have any experience with this so you will be on your own. Remember google is your friend. Install virtualbox on win-7. Install XP inside virtual box. Running XP on win-7 in virtualbox-try doing all this. You will find you will need framework2 on XP. I did not mention this but it occurred to me some people do not have it. If you want to include MP-11 that has to be ran by itself. Here is a link for this http://www.boooggy.org/slipstreamer/ . Go to microsoft and get MP-11 setup. I also download all the updates needed for MP-11. When running MP-11 slipstreamer it has what it takes to intragrate them all.
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Old 12-13-2011, 10:44 AM   #10
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Here's where to get driver packs.. http://driverpacks.net/ Try and donate if it is possible. I download the latest and most importantly the mass storage drivers. Alternatively but not at all needed and this is why I end up with a DVD I include the chipset drivers, AMD CPU, lan, graphics-A, Nvidia physics, lan, W-less, and sound-A drivers. If you only want as you will only need mass-storage then it will be a cd size setup disc.
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:26 AM   #11
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

I do a more comprehensive setup and include things like IE-8 onepeice and net framework 1,2, and 3 onepiece, but here I am going to give basic instructions. I really don't want to write a book now. You have extracted your XPSP3 to a folder named XPSP3. You have the driver packs you want downloaded and ready to use. You will get the driver packs ready, but are not going to run the process now. To prepare, go to the site and under downloads get the application 10.06 and start it up and the first thing that pops up is where you choose that DriverPacks folder you made early on. This is not running the program it is placing the files need for it to run. The drivers you have downloaded through a torrent of choice are now ready to be copied in the folder created by the application. In the folder you directed it to write files in see the folder called (driver packs)? Copy or move all the individual files you have there except for one. Nvidia physics goes in the folder called (Third Party). DO NOT click on the Driver Packs icon in there yet as this will begin the run. But you now have it ready to run.
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:57 AM   #12
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Another important file is needed to be included when we start nlite. It has all the patches released post SP3, and if you wait a few days it will be updated with todays patches as well... http://xable.net/ If you want MP-11 you can run it by itself now or later. OK start nlite. Point it to the folder you have XPSP3 click next and choose intergrate files, patches, themes , and so on. Click next, click insert, and find the SP3 update file from Xable. Do this for any other file you want to include (I have many) each time clicking insert. When you are done click next to proceed on. That's basically it although I do a lot more with nlite like; options, tweaks, remove, but like I said I have been using this tool for over 6 years so long I really can not remember. In a nut shell you have your source updated now and it is time to go in that DriverPacks folder and click on the icon to start that to run. Now it is done you start nlite and create the ISO image. Even if you don't have a burner program nlite provides a built in burner too. I have used it and it does the job. You are done with the Custom XPSP4 setup disc. GOOD luck and happy computing my friends.
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:46 AM   #13
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

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Another important file is needed to be included when we start nlite. It has all the patches released post SP3, and if you wait a few days it will be updated with todays patches as well... http://xable.net/ If you want MP-11 you can run it by itself now or later. OK start nlite. Point it to the folder you have XPSP3 click next and choose intergrate files, patches, themes , and so on. Click next, click insert, and find the SP3 update file from Xable. Do this for any other file you want to include (I have many) each time clicking insert. When you are done click next to proceed on. That's basically it although I do a lot more with nlite like; options, tweaks, remove, but like I said I have been using this tool for over 6 years so long I really can not remember. In a nut shell you have your source updated now and it is time to go in that DriverPacks folder and click on the icon to start that to run. Now it is done you start nlite and create the ISO image. Even if you don't have a burner program nlite provides a built in burner too. I have used it and it does the job. You are done with the Custom XPSP4 setup disc. GOOD luck and happy computing my friends.
Xable has the Dec. 2011 pack ready.
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:39 AM   #14
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

Now for the other way to build XPSP4 setup disc. The Dec 2011 is ready. You can find with google copy and paste(xpsp3 onepiece update pack enu.). Careful not to get the Ita. version unless you install in Itilian of course. Link.. http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.p...ate-pack-v530/
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Old 12-23-2011, 03:49 PM   #15
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Re: How to build your own XPSP4 setup DVD;

I made another XPSP4 setup DVD today, and it was perfect. Unattended totally (after selecting the hard drive part that is) and everything installed without a glitch.
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