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    Automatically create an up-to-date ISO of windows


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    I used this free program to slipstream SP1 and SP2* into my WINXP install. I understand it can also add patches and stuff into your CD as well. Slipstream...ahem, I mean integrate away.

    *Btw, I did the SP2 thing as a test, and it is crap, so I don't recommend anybody use it. It was a total waste of time And I was almost under the impression that Microsoft produced quality software...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Spain
    *Btw, I did the SP2 thing as a test, and it is crap, so I don't recommend anybody use it. It was a total waste of time And I was almost under the impression that Microsoft produced quality software...
    If you're saying that SP2 in and of itself is crap, you REALLY need to give it another look. A good look.

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    is this what they used for Windows FD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by x[gizmo]
    If you're saying that SP2 in and of itself is crap, you REALLY need to give it another look. A good look.
    Would you take another look at your mom after you accidentally saw her naked just because I said that she had a tatoo somewhere. SP2 should never have been released in it's current state. Some of the ideas were good, but the implementation is crap. It's for those of you who missed Windows ME Also, what in SP2 can you not live without. My friend was right when he said that you should just run stock Windows, get a good anti-virus and firewall, and leave windows updates alone. If you care to tell me something that SP2 has that I can't live without, I'll take it into consideration.

    btw, I'm typing this on my Fedora Core 2 box. I obviously love M$

    If I didn't play games, I wouldn't have spent the $135 :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Spain
    btw, I'm typing this on my Fedora Core 2 box. I obviously love M$

    If I didn't play games, I wouldn't have spent the $135 :(
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    You can also take slipstreaming to the next level by integrating software install like DX, other drivers like sound and video, and custom registry setting.

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