Slipstream WinXP SP2 and Bootable DVD?

I would like to slipstream SP2 with Windows XP pro and create a bootable
DVD.

I’d also like to include all of my system drivers, “my documents” and my
“download folder” so that I don’t have to swap out the CD a bunch of times
during the OS install.

To do this I’ll need close to 3gb, hence the bootable DVD.

I attempted to create a bootable DVD with Easy CD 6 and was able to burn the data but the disc is not bootable.

Is this possible and are there any good guides available?

tx LBJGH

try here
http://www.theeldergeek.com/slipstreamed_xpsp2_cd.htm
Worked for me

This is the guide I used: http://www.winbeta.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=5640

You may also look here: http://unattended.msfn.org/
If I got it right, you will find guides there how to install some apps automatically as well.

Well I used AutoStreamer ver.1.0 to perform the sp2 slipstream, then UltraISO to create a bootable ISO (including the extra directories) and I’m now burning the ISO to a DVD with Nero 6.

I’ll post back with results sortly.

tx
LBJGH

Bingo, worked like a charm! :smiley: Now I’ve got everything I need on one disk. :smiley: :smiley:

Moderators, is it possible to move this thread to a more appropriate forum? :confused:

Regards, :slight_smile:

ET

I made a slipstream xp64bit setup dvd with nLite, IsoBuster, UltraIso. After burning, I run that disk and an error appeared. It was : “Line 10774 of the INF file\AMD64 extsetup.sif is invalid. Setup cannot continue.”. Could you, professionals, tell me how to fix that. thanks alot in advance.:doh::doh::doh: