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Howto: Slipstreaming Windows XP

Posted on Saturday, May 31 2008 @ 13:31:27 CEST by

Icrontic.com is proud to share with you today their ultimate guide to Slipstreaming Windows XP installs. The guide walks users through the creation of a slipstreamed install CD using nLite, clearing up misconceptions and making the process painless and easy. I hope you enjoy.
"Once the domain of OEMs, slipstreaming allows a user to bundle newer service packs, updates, drivers or even applications right into the Windows install media. With the recent release of Windows XP Service Pack 3, there has never been a better time to build a disc to suit. In the following pages we'll tailor your old Windows XP CD to reduce its size, install faster, recognize your SATA drives during install and pre-install your favorite applications."
Check it out over here.



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