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  • #16
    better guides at

    WinXP PRO SP1
    http://www.msfn.org/articles.php?action=show&id=22

    WinXP Pro SP1 + rollup 1
    http://www.msfn.org/articles.php?action=show&id=38

    Multi-boot Win2000, WinXP PRO SP1, Win98SE install DVD
    http://flyakite.msfnhosting.com/

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    • #17
      hmm... that Multi-boot DVD looks very cool. If only i had a DVD write...someday

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      • #18
        Help desperately needed

        Hello Guys.
        I have just about reached the end of the line with this. I have created the slipstream share with sp2 and have created the $oem$/$1/driver/sata folder and put all files where they should be. I have created winnt.sif as I want it and added the oem driver line.
        But!! I just keep getting errors in my txtsetup.sif file. I have a growing pile of CD's here that are no good and I know i must be making a very miner error in the syntax.
        Would one of you guys be kind enough to have a look through the text in my driver files and my txtsetup.sif files for me to see if you can point out my mistake.
        The reason I need to do this is because my laptop doesn't have a floppy driver so i need to add the SATA drivers to the install disk.
        I have tried to atach the files here but it won't let me so here are links to them on my server
        www.yeclaserve.com/slipstream/txtsetup.txt
        www.yeclaserve.com/slipstream/iastor.zip

        dean (@) yeclaserve.com
        Thanks a lot guys, this will make my month.

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        • #19
          Nlite

          Hi

          Look up a free piece of software called nlite its allows you to create a bootable cd with service packs, drivers etc all slipstreamed into your CD and it burns it for you to !!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by engineer002 View Post
            Hi

            Look up a free piece of software called nlite its allows you to create a bootable cd with service packs, drivers etc all slipstreamed into your CD and it burns it for you to !!
            yea this thread is kinda dated.

            nLite is what to use these days

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