Slipstream WinXP SP2 and Bootable DVD?

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

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?


try here
Worked for me

This is the guide I used:

You may also look here:
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.


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:


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: