Discussion in 'General Software Discussion' started by FuNsTeR, Sep 4, 2002.
www.windowsxp.nu Also has a guide for slipstreaming Windows 2000
No, it's what that page sais...
You mean this -
This domain name, "widowsxp.nu", may still be available for registration!
Yes, and if you press 'go'...
Hmm...following the directions exactly for using nero as my burning program, it works fine, but at the boot it says "can't find ntldr" and restarts my PC....but ntldr is exactly where it should be and is not corrupt!
I had to install win98 (wanted to dual boot...which worked, and is AWESOME) anyway so I just installed XP from inside of win98se...which surprisingly worked well!
Now I can dual boot and have SP1 installed from the get go! yay!
are you saying that the procedure is bogus.
I was able to slipstream Win XP & SP1 (Bootable). Works.
I was able to slipstreat Office XP & sp2 ( Works)
I haven't tried the Win 2000 & Sp3 yet.
for win2k and SP3: http://www.bink.nu/bootcd/
now my Q:
how do you slipstream winxp and sp1 that will not ask for the CD key?
that's a VERY good question.
Not sure myself.
yes. i wish someone would tell us.
it can be done in win2k and office xp (i've done it using tutorials) but the process i think is different in winxp.
Re: Inserting the XP cd key into setup
The process is fairly simple. First rip an ISO image of the cd to the hard drive using a program like DDump or some other program that you can use to save an ISO image. Maybe Winimage I dont know if it wil or not. Anyway after it is on the hard drive then make a file in notepad called "winnt.sif" (Without the quotes) and put this into the file starting at the top quote`s and finishing at the bottom one`s. Note the quotes are not to be included in the file. They are just markers I put in.
And substitute the x`s for your cd key of course. Then save the file as "winnt.sif" Then open the ISO using Winiso and just insert the file into the I386 folder with Winiso. Then save the ISO then open nero and goto the file menu and select burn image make sure you are burning as "disc at once/96" And thats it. Hope this helps.
how about slipstreaming critical patches?
That address will be invalid soon. When it is invalid just use www.bink.nu Just so anyone looking in here months from now know. AREA_51
it WAS bink.nu NOW it is xp.nu
Yes it was bink.nu then it went to windowsxp.nu but the windowsxp.nu domain name is going to microsoft so it has to go back to bink.nu. Have a look on the windowsxp.nu site and you will see what I mean. Bink wil only own the domain name until the 19th of dec at the latest. AREA_51
Win 2000 and SP3
can we slipstream all the patched from MS into da cd?
Separate names with a comma.