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Possible to slipstream all W7 drivers to XP CD?

Q: Possible to slipstream all W7 drivers to XP CD?

I'm new to slipstreaming and my question isn't really how to slipstream (there are great tutorials here I've been reading) but rather if it's possible to copy the drivers from my W7 DVD to essentially make XP installable on newer hardware and capable of detecting with newer hardware and devices.

Is this possible? If this has already been done and released as a distro what should I google since I am not having any luck today?

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Preferred Solution: Possible to slipstream all W7 drivers to XP CD?

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: Possible to slipstream all W7 drivers to XP CD?

Hello there, welcome to the forums.

I don't think that's possible because Windows XP and Windows 7 drivers are not backwards compatible (even though you could try to install a XP driver in Windows 7 with "compatibility mode" but this is not the case)

You'll need Windows XP drivers for your respective devices, sorry to bring the bad news

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Ok, I'm currently in the process of setting up xp as a dual boot option on my windows 7 rig.

Since im running in RAID I needed to slipsteam the drivers for xp via nlight. (which I did)

I slipstreamed them via txt mode and am now currently burning the disc.

Do I have to do anything to get the 3rd party drivers to install during the xp boot? Or will it do it automanicllay?
Update: Still didn't work, I dont think the drivers are being loaded... : (
 

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Hey, so I've installed Windows 7 on my Lenovo Y700-15ISK on an EFI-partitioned SSD and have all the drivers I need on hand, but I can't load any external media onto the laptop in order to install those drivers! Can't mount a USB drive, can't load a DVD (no internal disk drive, only USB).

Since I'm using EFI partitions, I can't use a Linux LiveCD--from what I've learned, they only support legacy and won't interface with the EFI partitions at all (and the one I made wouldn't even boot on that comp). I tried booting into a full Ubuntu install disk instead using the "try Ubuntu first" option, which did get a desktop up and running, but that system doesn't seem to allow me to mount the internal SDD. If it did, I could just copy the drivers right over (ironically, my ethernet port was active during that instance, but I had no web browser or terminal to use).

I did slipstream USB 3.0 drivers into install.wim and boot.wim in order for the installation to work (processor is a Skylake i7-6700HQ); I would've expected the same USB flash drive to be able to take advantage of those drivers from within the OS. Still, everything in my Device Manager is giving me the yellow exclamation. Could the fact that my USB drive is 2.0 be the reason it won't load with those drivers I supposedly preinstalled?

On that note, many of the drivers I've found for my laptop do not contain any sort of .inf file that I used to set up the install disk, including the Intel 8260 drivers from both the m... Read more

A:New W7, no drivers. Some have no inf file, so can't slipstream?

What do you mean pre installed ? The drivers you download are exe. files. You download them then run them on the Lenovo.

All you need are your ethernet drivers, did you get them from Lenovo ?

Download them to a flash drive.

After you install those then you can download the rest of the drivers you need from Lenovo.

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Hey, so I've installed Windows 7 on my Lenovo Y700-15ISK on an EFI-partitioned SSD and have all the drivers I need on hand, but I can't load any external media onto the laptop in order to install those drivers! Can't mount a USB drive, can't load a DVD (no internal disk drive, only USB).

Since I'm using EFI partitions, I can't use a Linux LiveCD--from what I've learned, they only support legacy and won't interface with the EFI partitions at all (and the one I made wouldn't even boot on that comp). I tried booting into a full Ubuntu install disk instead using the "try Ubuntu first" option, which did get a desktop up and running, but that system doesn't seem to allow me to mount the internal SDD. If it did, I could just copy the drivers right over (ironically, my ethernet port was active during that instance, but I had no web browser or terminal to use).

I did slipstream USB 3.0 drivers into install.wim and boot.wim in order for the installation to work (processor is a Skylake i7-6700HQ); I would've expected the same USB flash drive to be able to take advantage of those drivers from within the OS. Still, everything in my Device Manager is giving me the yellow exclamation. Could the fact that my USB drive is 2.0 be the reason it won't load with those drivers I supposedly preinstalled?

On that note, many of the drivers I've found for my laptop do not contain any sort of .inf file that I used to set up the install disk, including the Intel 8260 drivers from both the m... Read more

A:New W7, no drivers. Some have no inf file, so can't slipstream?

What do you mean pre installed ? The drivers you download are exe. files. You download them then run them on the Lenovo.

All you need are your ethernet drivers, did you get them from Lenovo ?

Download them to a flash drive.

After you install those then you can download the rest of the drivers you need from Lenovo.

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Ok, I'm currently in the process of setting up xp as a dual boot option on my windows 7 rig.

Since im running in RAID I needed to slipsteam the drivers for xp via nlight. (which I did)

I slipstreamed them via txt mode and am now currently burning the disc.

Do I have to do anything to get the 3rd party drivers to install during the xp boot? Or will it do it automanicllay?
Update: Still didn't work, I dont think the drivers are being loaded... : ( I keep getting a blue screen saying there was an error right as it searches for other operating systems.

A:Slipstream Drivers and N-light.

you must also use winimage to extract files before slipstreaming.
Check the following.
maxEasyGuide: Extracting SATA driver from their EXE without Floppy Disk(FD) drive.

Ed

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I have an Aorus X3 laptop, and I need to slipstream the usb 3.0 drivers.

I cannot for the life of me to get it to work.

How to Install Windows 7 with only USB 3.0 Ports

i am following this step by step,

My Folder has a mount folder, USB3 folder, and boot.wim and install.wim

Inside the drivers folder I have extracted the usb 3.0 drivers from here https://downloadcenter.intel.com/pro...troller-Driver

On part 4 on the above tutorial






Quote:

dism /mount-wim /wimfile:install.wim /index:3 /mountdir:mount

dism /image:mount /add-driver:"usb3" /recurse

dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:mount /commit


I get
Code:
Searching for driver packages to install...
Found 6 driver package(s) to install.
Installing 1 of 6 - C:\Users\ji2600k\Desktop\WTF\usb3\Drivers\HCSwitch\x64\iusb3
hcs.inf: Error - An error occurred. The driver package could not be installed.
For more information, check for log files in the <windir>\inf folder of the targ
et image.
Installing 2 of 6 - C:\Users\ji2600k\Desktop\WTF\usb3\Drivers\HCSwitch\x86\iusb3
hcs.inf: Error - An error occurred. The driver package could not be installed.
For more information, check for log files in the <windir>\inf folder of the targ
et image.
Installing 3 of 6 - C:\Users\ji2600k\Desktop\WTF\usb3\Drivers\Win7\x64\iusb3hub.
inf: Error - An error occurred. The driver package could not be installed.
For more information, check for log files in the <windir>\inf folder of the targ
e... Read more

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I have the Intel Q45/Q43 Express Chipset on my Asus P5Q-EM DO motherboard. Video drivers installed with Windows Beta 7057 worked perfectly but when I clean-installed Windows 7100 RC, the drivers were updated to a newer version and now my desktop and background video gets totally corrupted after computer is in use for 20 mins or so. If I minimize and then maximize the window I'm working in it clears it up for a few minutes.

Can anyone tell me how to take the graphics drivers from 7057 and slipstream them into 7100 RC so I can use the RC without pulling my hair out? I tried to "upgrade" the drivers to the old version, but no way to do that. And it has no rollback feature.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

ChowBoy

A:How to slipstream graphics drivers

You can uninstall the current driver and then install the 'old' ones.

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Is there any easy guide on how to slipstream my sata drivers (Toshiba Satellite A200-1LA) to a modified XP installation cd?I've tried nlite but it doesn't recognize the modified XP (Last Xp v20.1.1).There are some guides using orders and command lines in the internet but i am new to that and it is very difficult for me to follow...I really need this version of xp and really need your help.....

P.S:I posted another similar thread but due to an awful carelessness of mine the thread was closed.....I won't do that again...:(

A:Help me slipstream my drivers..I am newbie to that!!

Guess what it's closed again, We do not help with pirated software.

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Can you give me an idea guys for my Toshiba NB200.

I use nlite and create addons for my realtek (audiodriver) but it no luck the installation is not succeeded.

Does Toshiba have a software to create a windows xp integrated sound driver?

Thanks in advance..

A:NB200 - how to slipstream audio drivers for WXP?

Toshiba does not provide any software to slipstream the drivers but Toshiba provided an software to create own recovery disk (or recovery medium)
The preinstalled software called ?Toshiba Recovery Medium (early Disk) Creator? created the recovery disk in order to install the Toshiba image.

But this software was available on notebooks with preinstalled system. It?s not ready for download.

However, I used nLite many times in the past and never had any serious problems to add some additional drivers to my Win XP system.
I created my new installation disk and added all the Win XP Service Packs.

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Hey all,

I have found that the drivers for my video card are non-existent when Setup goes to perform the initial boot, causing my monitor to lose signal after the Windows Logo. Anyways, I have found that my best option (possibly the only one) is to slipstream my NVIDIA drivers into the iso install and then reinstall the OS. I am unable to get into safe mode on the Windows 7 install due to Setup not completing the initial boot process. Either way...

Does anyone happen to know how to Slipstream drivers into my Windows 7 iso while using XP? I have found numerous ways on how to do it while using Vista, but not much can be found on how to with XP.

Any information would be incredibly helpful.

Thanks all.
 

A:How to Slipstream Drivers into Windows 7 Install

You using XP now? has to be same architecture as the Target Vista/Seven OS
Best Unattended spot on the web is at msfn.org right now
Se7en_UA6.3.33 final for XP Vista. Use this last version 6.3.33 if you are running XP or Vista
http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/138899-se7en-ua-with-sp1-rtm-injection/
 

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Hi i am trying to install win 7 via usb .iso on a dual boot to road test it with view to migration currently vista user but cant complete the installation it gets to win splash screen and signal to monitor drops out (hdmi) as it doesnt have the necessary driver for the display, so cannot finish the install is there any way to slipstream a driver i have that currently works on that pc with vista into the win7 install .iso so as it will be present when required during install. Any help advice greatly appreciated

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Hi there!!Well i have a problem i cannot solve for about 2 months...I have a laptop (Toshiba Satellite A200-1LA) and i want to install a modified version of XP's the LAST XP v20.1.1!!!When i start the installation the setup can't continue because it says it cannot detect any hard drives in my Pc.After searching for a long time in internet i found a program (n-lite) that i could slipstream my drivers into the installation cd...But this program doesn't recognize the LAST XP's cd so i cannot slipstream the drivers into it...The only way i suppose is to slipstream using some orders in some txt files but it is REALLY difficult for me to do..Does anyone have any idea how to install the drivers into this version of XP or is there any easy "tutorial" for slipstreaming cause i am a newbie to that???Please people i really need your help...Thanks!!!!!!!

A:How to slipstream drivers in a modified version of XP's??????

Where did you get this "Version" from?

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Greetings

I was wondering if anyone can give me some good information on how to create a slipstream disc that would include all the drivers for my machine. Also I want to be able to not have to enter the keycode. I have a legit copy of XP with SP2 already on it so that should save some steps. I want this to be totally unattended. I'm also wondering if I can automate the creation of user accounts. I had a guy give me a copy of something he did with a command line script but it's way above me.


Dumpy

A:Creating a slipstream CD with all hardware Drivers and settings

Here's a basic guide on how to do it.

http://www.maximumpc.com/2005/01/how_to_slipstre.html

...and my google search for it.

http://www.google.com/search?client=...=Google+Search

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I purchased a new SSD and doing a fresh install. I am curious if it would be easier or ideal to create an installation disk/usb with all the added windows updates and drivers for my system(if possible)? Originally I had Windows Vista Ultimate and then upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate. So, I have the original install disk for Vista and an upgrade disk for 7. I will also have 3 other HDD's installed, if it matters. Thanks for the help.

A:Create slipstream install usb w/drivers/updates?

You say "with all the added windows updates and drivers for my system". Why you wanna do that? For recovery purposes in case of severe problems? Only for that specific system?

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So like half the world I got RTM from MSDN yesterday, with hopes of installing today. Well for the past 10 hours I have been trying to get this OS installed on a Asus M4A79T Deluxe motherboard with the AMD SB750 RAID drivers and unfortunately I have come upon some woes that I hope you all might be able to shed some light on.

In the RC the drivers were not present, as is the case with the current RTM, the process I would have to go thorough is as follows:
1. Click Next at the Language select screen
2. Click Install Now at the Install screen
3. Accept Terms and Next
4. Choose Custom install
5. It is at this point where I run into the lack of a driver with the RC, no drives are listed at theWhere do you want to install Windows?screen.
6. Click Load Driver
7. A message box pops up indicating To install the device driver needed to access your hard drive, insert the installation media containing the driver files, and then click OK.It is at this time that I click Browse
8. The browse for folder menu pops up and I navigate to my USB drive (have used a CD in the past) and select the AMD AHCI Compatible RAID Controllerand click Next
At this point everything is good, the driver gets loaded and I continue on my merry way with the install of the RC.

The RTM, however, is much, much different:
1. Click Next at the Language select screen
2. Click Install Now at the Install screen
3. (unlike the RC, no terms yet) It is at this point where I run into the lack of a dr... Read more

A:SB750 RAID drivers not in RTM.can't install.slipstream?

welcome to sevenforums!
for your trouble...i really dont know why. Maybe there were some compatibility issues with the drvers? but it worked with the rc....
report the issue to microsoft...
have you tried installing the rtm again? or maybe the disk image was faulty.

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Hell All,
I am trying to slipstream SATA drivers into Windows XP setup CD for dual boot with window 7 following this tutorial in method two (window 7 is installed first)

SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD .

at step 12 to select SATA setup inf file , which of following files is/are needed to be chosen, please? Please see driver integrate option and current device manager as in the figures.
Attachment 172645


Furthermore, do I need to change to AHCI mode in the bios before XP installation ? The system is currently running in window 7 in IDE mode .

Please kindly suggest,
Thank you

A:Slipstream SATA drivers into XP setupCD,which driver to be chosen,pls?

As you have your BIOS set to IDE mode, if you change to AHCI mode Windows 7 will not boot.
AHCI : Enable in Windows 7 / Vista

SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD







  
Quote: Originally Posted by theog


Take a look at step 11.(option Multple Drivers)



Choose both setup inf files.

Choose all drivers.

Choose all sata controllers.



Attachment 149858



Attachment 149859

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Hi,

I have experienced the SP1 install failure because not only had I been using Driver Sweeper, and Driver Cleaner.net before that. Even worse, I have switched between NVidia and ATI graphics cards two or three times, back and forth. Currently have an Nvidia card, so no ATI needed, other than chipset, etc. (AMD). I have known for a while that I had a bunch of ATI drivers I didn't need, cuz SFC always shrieked about certain of the ati & nv drivers/manifests.

Anyway, I have been getting ready to do a repair install, hoping that'll do the trick and lay down the files properly, but now since SP1 is out, is there any reason I should wait to install it after the upgrade, rather than what I'd like to do, i.e. run a slipstreamed version.

Anyway, any advice, welcomed.

PS: I don't worry about wanting to uninstall SP1 -- after having read the nonexistent RelNotes. (There are NO issues experienced apparently. That is so solid. Never happened when I was a tester at Redmond, so they must have set the bar quite high on admitting fixes, early in the release stage, and locked down the code. Good for them!

A:To slipstream my upcoming Repair Install (or not to slipstream . . .)

Hello cyclometric, welcome to Seven Forums!


It sounds as though you'd save yourself a bunch of issues if you did a clean install with a slipstream version; I would suggest, after you have copied out or made back-ups of the data you need to save to external media, use Step One of this tutorial at the link below to do a wipe (secure erase) to the entire Hard Disk Drive, running this "clean all" then using the outline in Step Two #2 to create/format and mark Active a single 100GB partition using diskpart will get you the best possible space to do a clean install of Windows 7 to; you can always extend the Windows partition to include the remaining unallocated space on the HDD / SSD or create additional partitions after the installation completes if you choose.


SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation

Do a Clean Install with a Upgrade Windows 7 Version

Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File


Be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed.

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Hi,

I have a windows XP (No Discs) Acer laptop which when booting - comes up with the Acer logo and then start windows in Safe mode, normally etc
any selection , brings up the Windows XP log and then a couple of bars on the progress bar
then re-starts with acer logo and starts all over again

I changed the restart option using F8 and now I get a blue screen with
Stop: 0x00000024 (0x00190203, 0x8A0ED648, 0xC0000102, 0x00000000 )

I have run ubuntu all ok and i have copied most of the data off the harddrive
also it runs emanager menu for the onboard recovery process.

I wanted to run the recovery console and use CHKDSK

I have a bootable XP CD -but it cant find the harddrive because of drivers - i guess its SATA and not IDE

how do i use the option to install those from the cd - i know theres a F6 for drivers as the cd starts - but thats looking for a floppy

No Bios option to disable SATA

i have found the SATA drivers from the ACER Support site
AHCI_Intel_7.5.0.1017_XPx86

but they come in a setup set and dont have any .inf files to slipstream

I can build a bootable CD from the i386 files and slipstream - but dont know how to slip stream the drivrs

any further ideas

A:[SOLVED] Acer laptop stop code 0x24 - need to slipstream SATA drivers

What model Acer laptop do you have?
In Setup (Bios) there should be a setting for HDD Mode under the Main Tab.
You can download the SATA driver Zip file from Acer http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Driver/AHCI/AHCI_Intel_v7.5.0.1017_XPx86.zip?acerid=633639017092621235&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%205715Z&OS=X02&LC=en&BC=Acer&SC=EMEA_27to extract the files to slipstream with nLite.
You can also download the ISO image for Seatools in my signature, burn the image to CD using IMGBurn also in my signature. Boot off of the newly created CD and run the short and long tests on the HDD. If either test fails, the HDD needs to be replaced.

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I have an XP version 2002 disk. To get all the updates on there do I have to slipstream all the service packs onto it up to SP3 or can I just do SP3?

Also, does XP version 2002 even have SP1 on it?
 

A:To Slipstream SP1 & 2 or not to Slipstream SP1 & 2, THAT is the question!?

You only need to slipstream SP3. Service Packs are cumulative and include all previous updates and SPs.
.
NLite is my tool of choice for slipstreaming
 

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My problem are some basic hijacking problems as expected, and also the computer I am posting the log for cannot access 90% of the Yahoo sites (games, e-mail, chat, ect) and most Microsoft sites. The computer with the problem is accessing the internet through a second (main) computer via internet connection sharing, sharing a dial-up connection. This problem just occured about 2 months ago, and persisted even after I re-formated this computer, any idea's?HJT log:Logfile of HijackThis v1.98.2Scan saved at 3:50:24 PM, on 1/3/2005Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)Running processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_04\bin\jusched.exeC:\program files\valve\steam\steam.exeC:\Program Files\AIM\aim.exeC:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exeC:\Program Files\WinRAR\WinRAR.exeC:\DOCUME~1\Owner\LOCALS~1\Temp\Rar$EX04.672\HijackThis.exeR1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Default_Page_URL = http://us10.hpwis.com/R1 - HKCU�... Read more

A:HJT Log - Slipstream

HiDownload the Hoster from here. Press Restore Original Hosts and press OK. Exit Program. This will restore the original deleted Hosts file.You are running an outdated version of HijackThis.. Delete the copy you have and download the latest version of HijackThis!: Download here HJT 1.99.. Save it on your Desktop. You will need now to unzip hijackthis.exe to a permanent folder, such as c:\hjt . This has to be done as HijackThis creates backups. You may need to use these backups.First create a new folder:A. Click My Computer icon on your desktopB. Click C: driveC. Click the File menu --> New --> Folder, a folder "New folder" will be created.D. Rename it HJTUnzip hijackthis.exe to the c:\HJT folder.Please post a new hijackthis log.

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What i have done so far is copy the contents of my XP cd to a folder on my d: called XP-CD which contained a total of 12 files and folders. I then d/l XP-SP3 to a folder called XP-SP3 which had 1 file called windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-enu.exe. I copied that file and pasted it into the XP-CD folder which now contains 13 files and folders. I then right clicked on windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-enu.exe and selected extracted here.

After that was done I still only had 13 files and folders in my XP-CD folder. The question I have is shouldn't I have seen more than 13 files and folders after I extracted the file windowsxp-kb936929-sp3-x86-enu.exe? Could someone please let me know if I should of seen more than 13 or should I still see 13 after the extraction?

thx

PS- I did show all file and folders... nothing was hidden.
 

A:Slipstream xp-sp3

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I'm going to be doing a clean install, as I'm getting an SSD soon, and I want to know how, if possible, I would put sp1 on my windows 7 iso to preferably install 7, along with sp1, and if possible, all of the updates for my computer.

Is this possible? How would I go about doing it?

Thanks

For the record, if I simply have to download the sp1 exe from microsoft, extract it, and put the files on the iso, I know how to do that just fine.

A:How to slipstream sp1 into an iso?

Take a look here:
Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File

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I want to make a slipstreamed XP setup CD's using my XP Home and XP Pro SP1 CD's.

First question: I have to make separate CD's for XP Home and XP Pro, right? For example, If I only built the XP Pro CD, it wouldn't work with the CD key for my XP Home CD?

Second Question: My XP Home Install disk was pre SP1. So I have to include the SP1A, SP2, and SP3 downloads on it? For my XP Pro SP1, I include SP2 and SP3.
 

A:Slipstream - SP1 thru SP3

antimoth said:


I want to make a slipstreamed XP setup CD's using my XP Home and XP Pro SP1 CD's.
Click to expand...

First question: I have to make separate CD's for XP Home and XP Pro, right? For example, If I only built the XP Pro CD, it wouldn't work with the CD key for my XP Home CD?

You would need separate slipstreamed CDs for each vesion of XP or for each Product ID.

Second Question: My XP Home Install disk was pre SP1. So I have to include the SP1A, SP2, and SP3 downloads on it? For my XP Pro SP1, I include SP2 and SP3.

All you need to do is slipstream the system with Service Pack 3 and then fully update it as soon as you install it.

Paul Thurrot describes the methodology at his Supersite for Windows. http://www.winsupersite.com

 

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I just used RT7 to slipstream SP-1 via a W7 ISO. How do I confirm that the W7 created in 'New Folder' now includes SP-1?

A:Slipstream SP-1

I would suggest booting a virtual machine to the iso file and running a test installation to verify that your slipstream worked and fully installs properly.

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I"m about to make a slipstream disk and have read conflicting information. I have an original XP Professional disk (no SP's on it), can I use this as the foundation for my SP3 slipstream disk? If not can I add SP1 and SP3 to a slipstream disk will this work?

And one last question-I noticed the download for SP3 was huge -will this all fit onto one CD?

Thanks

Carolyn

A:Slipstream Xp Sp3

http://www.askvg.com/the-best-and-the-easi...ndows-xp-setup/I've seen a few comments that SP1 or SP2 is a prerequisite for slipstreaming SP3...but I've also seen references that just say XP CD. It won't hurt to try, the cost of a coaster is negligible.The download for SP3 itself is 300+ MB...but some of this are updates that have already been included (files replaced) at prior times for those who have SP1 or SP2 installed. So, my slipstreamed version of XP is about 595 MB, I think.Louis

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Im pretty sure ive done this before or at least something to do with IE and slipstreaming, but i just can't remember how.

So is it still possible, if so how do you slipstream IE6 SP1 into Win2k SP4?

Cheers
Liger
 

A:Slipstream IE6 SP1

I know you can slipstream Service Packs but I have never seen slipstreaming Internet Explorer onto an install cd. Maybe there is a way. Sounds pretty cool if there is.
 

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Does anyone know of a site that has complete instructions to SlipStream
Win XP Pro and SP2. I have found a couple of sites however the process
does not work. I need a step by step that will let me burn a bootable CD.
Thanks to anyone who can help!
 

A:SlipStream

Try this: http://www.theeldergeek.com/slipstreamed_xpsp2_cd.htm

Includes instructions for Roxio and Nero at the bottom.
 

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where can i download a file that has all of the windows updates in 1 download? i have seen it before. dont remember the website. i want to slipstream my aging xp disk. i am so sick of having to download over 50 updates after i install a fresh copy of XP.
 

A:slipstream XP

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Please forgive my ignorance...

I've just slipstreamed a SP1 DVD..

I THINK:

How do I verify that I do have a properly updated DVD, without installing..

Yes, it boots, but I'm not ready toooooooo reinstall...

Is there some file or signature on the DVD to indicate what I really have ??

A:Win 7 SP1 slipstream DVD

Hello Rojoloho, and welcome to Seven Forums.

As a test to help be sure it has SP1 integrated in it without actually installing the Slipstream Windows 7 DVD that you created, you could run the free RT Seven Lite program in the tutorial below, but only up to doing step 4 to select your slipstream DVD. When you do only step 7 next, look in the information area of the progam as below to see if you have Service Pack 1 listed with the same version number at step 9. If you do, then you have SP1 slipstreamed in the DVD. You can then just close RT Seven Lite to stop it.

Slipstream Windows 7 SP1 into a Installation DVD or ISO File

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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alright here it is... my mom recorded my sister giving birth on her digital camcorder. I don't have the camera with me as of now, but the problem is that we need to make a dvd from the camera with the computer. of course my parents threw out the software that origionaly came with the camera. But luckily enough i found the drivers for the camera to instal it on the computer. I enabled usb slipstream on the camera and the computer recognizes the camera. the only problem i'm having is what software can i use to extract the data off of the camera to make a dvd? free would be nice. again i don't have the vidcam with me and i can't remember exactly what model it is. it is a sony trv digital 8 dvd something or other. any help would be greatly appreciated. oh yeah parents have xp home.
 

A:usb slipstream

Most DVC's use Firewire to transfer the video, the USB interface is used to transfer the still images. You need to be specific about the model, and we may be able to help you more.
 

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Does anybody know a way (or website) that you can make a custom windows xp pro installation cd with all the updates and lots of other windows changes? I am a tech and we have a winxp license at the university and we install winxp pro on new computers every day, we already made a slipstream one with sp1 on it, so I don't need help in that area, but what about making a cd that already has all the little windows changes in it that we change after every install. For instance instead of it defaulting to www.msn.com can the homepage be defaulted to www.google.com, and little things like showing "my computer, my docs, and IE" on the desktop, and changing some of the options in Tools/Folder Options so that "automatically search for network folders and printers" option is unchecked. The slipstreaming thing is no problem, but what about changing all those little things like even disabling error reporting, and unchecking the "auto reboot" after a blue screen?

Thanks
 

A:Slipstream and then some

If all the workstations are exactly the same, then I would suggest either a drive image or ghost image of a set up workstation
 

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I have a new computer which i am trying to install windows xp pro onto. The problem is, i have a sata hard drive and no floppy drive. That means that i have to slipstream the sata drivers on a boot disk. I know how to slipstream, i just dont know what to slipstream. I have an ASUS a8v deluxe mobo, and i am not sure what drivers i will need. I think i am going to need Ulsata and viasraid, but i am not sure. Can someone please tell what i am supposed to slipstream?
 

A:slipstream help

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G'day Folks,

If I create a new XP pro CD with SP2 slipstreamed.....what of SP1?

Do I need to slipstream it 1st or does SP2 take care of that?

Ta

A:slipstream SP2

SP2 includes SP1 and any critical updates released after SP1 and prior to SP2.
Charlie

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I have an xp pro cd with sp2. Can anyone tell me how I can make this xp pro with sp3. I have a cd with sp3 on it.

A:slipstream sp3

You can use a program like nLite. It's really simple.

http://www.nliteos.com/

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My isp just offered me a chance to try something called slipstream. It accelerates your dial-up internet (for a fee of course) by using better compression, caching and data loss(I can't thing of a better word to describe it). You can set image quality to very low and the results are awesome although picture quality sucks - but this is adjustable on the users end.

Any ways they claim a 5 times speed increase and they're not kinding. Surfing is indeed 2/3 times faster. This may be an good alternative to highspeed for those who can't get highspeed. But you isp has to be in the program.

Anyone have any experience with this?

http://www.slipstreamdata.com/
 

A:Slipstream

I'm sure what they're doing is a modified form of caching, it's the basis of all of these products that I've seen. I think if you look around, you'll find the same functionality for free.
 

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i was told that one could create a 'slipstream' disc on which xp pro, sp2, and updates after are installed during installation. True? If so how? I reinstall my OS each year and it would be a blessing to install all at one time.
 

A:slipstream xp?

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Can anyone give me a quick and easy way to slipstream sp3 into my existing installation disk ?

A:Slipstream Sp3

http://lifehacker.com/386526/slipstream-se...installation-cd

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I finally decided to delve into the world of slipstreaming. My mission is
to have a nice and updated OEM XP Home install CD for when I work on other
people's computers. Starting with an XP Home OEM with SP2 CD, I used nLite to copy the XP installation CD files into a folder, then when prompted, pointed to the SP3 downloaded installer. NLite did its thing, integrating the service pack into the installation.

I used this image to install XP onto a virtual machine. I went to Windows
Update and got a list of all updates post SP3. Then, I went to the MS Download Center and looked up all of these updates and downloaded the individual installers (EXE's). I only paid attention to the Windows updates, not the IE or Outlook Express updates.

I started over with nLite again, this time after integrating the SP3
installation, I selected all of the update files when prompted. These were then
integrated as well.

So, I should have an install CD now that contains not only SP3, but the first
round of updates after SP3, right? Did I do this correctly? I installed onto a
virtual machine again, and it installed fine. I guess my question is, can I
trust it? I don't like the fact that I cannot SEE the updates anywhere. When I
return to Windows Update, it no longer displays the updates that I integrated.

Also, is it possible to go ahead and integrate .NET, Windows Media Player 11, and IE7 into the installation? Or should a person just stick with the basic
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A:Slipstream XP

When you slipstream updates it makes it impossible to remove them if you had to. This is why you can't see them because they are fully integrated and are not considered an "update" because it was already installed. I would stick with the basic things that way it reduces the chance of incompatibility.

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I already made a win2k slipstream with sp2, but i was wondering if there is a way to slipstream office2k with sp2 as well. It would save a lot of time. thanks =o)
 

A:office2k slipstream?

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Hi all

Iíve been using nLite to slipstream my XP Pro. Iíve inserted drivers, tweaked setting and set it up for an unattended install. I also inserted SP3. which brings me to my question. I no longer want SP3 and in its place I want SP2. Is there anyway to remove SP3 from a slipstream and insert SP2 in its place?
 

A:slipstream question

Not without rebuilding it from an SP2 build.
 

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I have never done a slipstream before but have always wanted to. It seems like a great idea in case one needs to do a reinstall and not have to go through the whole SP1 update again.

I have 3 PCs with Win 7, two running Pro, one Home Prem. I have the original OEM install disks for all of them. Question: do I have to slipstream each one individually or can I just create 1 generic slipstream install disk that would work for all of the PCs, of course having to enter the Win 7 activation key for the specific PC upon reinstallation?

Also, can someone point me to a "simple" how-to link for Win 7 slipstream?

A:Win 7SP1 Slipstream

There is no official Microsoft sanctioned method to slipstream SP1 into a Windows 7 DVD. Most OEM recovery DVDs are images.

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Dear TechSpot,

I want to create Slipsteream Winodws XP CD but I need to know when do I have to create it.

For example, I have a computer that had updated into XP3 but my original Windows xp was SP2. A few months later, my computer infected by virus and spyware. I want to format my hard drive but I don't want to back up saved data because I had 320GB hard drive that used 220GB. Fortunately, I can make "Slipsteream Winodws XP CD"

Here is question:
If I use infacted PC to create the "Slipsteream Winodws XP CD", is that safe ?
I mean if I make "Slipsteream Winodws XP CD" in that condition, is virus transfer to "Slipsteream Winodws XP CD" ?
 

A:Q: When do we need slipstream windows XP CD.

It might not transfer (the virus) to your slipstreamed CD
But I wouldn't trust it (ie there's a chance it will)

You are best to have a clean system first, before creating any CDs (or DVDs)
 

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Hi, I have an original XP Pro installer disc with no service packs included. Im just now reading about slipstreaming(never knew about it). Is it possible to have sp3 in on there and it will will install. Or do i need 1 disc per service pack . Or have all 3 sp's on the 1 installer disc. Or how would one legally aquire a xp pro installer disc upgraded to sp3. I already have the licence.

A:[SOLVED] Slipstream XP sp1, sp2, sp3

Slipstream SP2 onto a install disk and then update to SP3 after installing and updating all you drivers is what I've found best.
No need to include SP1 or 1a as they're included in SP2> http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase...slipstream.asp

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Hello!

Well, I have read some guides on how to slipstream Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista using vLite. But there seem to be no guides and very minimal information (if any) on how to do the same with Service Pack 2 for Vista.

So how do I make a custom Vista disc with SP2?

Except for vLite, what else do I need to do this?

Also, is there really no official Microsoft tool for slipstreaming Windows? Why does everyone use nLite and vLite? What would you do if these didn't exist?

Also, how do I get all the Windows updates that were released between the Service Packs and after the last Service Pack?

Thanks in advance!

A:How do I slipstream Vista SP2?

Tutorial here: How to Slipstream Windows Vista SP1 and SP2

Microsoft doesn't support slipstreaming of service packs, hence they don't have any software for doing it.

If no third-party software existed either it wouldn't matter. You just install SP2 then create a system image of your Windows installation using disk-imaging software which is commonly available from several software developers on the web. That's the method I use, using Active Disk Image: [email protected] Disk Image. Windows & Servers Backup Software. Win XP, 7, 2003, 2008, Vista

The only updates you need to worry about are those that were released after SP2, since SP2 already includes the updates that were released in the interim period between the two service packs.

Post-SP2 updates are delivered via automatic updates.

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Hello, i am sure this been asked many time/? but on a clean install/reformatt, can you still get all the updates from Microsoft? like all updates and sp2 or do i have to save them some where?

thanks
ron
 

A:is it nessasary to slipstream xp2?

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I tried to slipstream XP w/sp1 with sp2 but when I run this command in command prompt: "xpsp2.exe -x:c:\sp2 " the file begins to extract but then it says "file is corrupt" and stops. I have a sp2 disk directly from Microsoft and it's not scratched or anything, I even went to their site and downloaded the file KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe and it still came back saying "file is corrupt". Am I doing something wrong??
 

A:Slipstream failed...

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