Page 1:Time Is Money
Page 2:Where To Start: Copying The WindowsXP CD To The Computer
Page 3:The Slipstream Process
Page 4:The Slipstream Process, Continued
Page 5:The Slipstream Process, Continued
Page 6:Extracting The Boot Loader
Page 7:Burning The Bootable CD
Page 8:Burning The Bootable CD, Continued
The Slipstream Process, Continued
After the parameter /x is added and the Enter key is pressed, off it goes.
Selecting the folder
The default folder can be applied easily and confirmed by clicking on OK. This unpacks the service pack files.
Extracting the files
Once the files have been unpacked, the actual integration process begins. Here too, a special parameter needs to be transferred to the program. For this, you need the DOS prompt again. First, you have to switch to the directory i386\update , which is done with the commands cd i386 and cd update . From this directory, the file update.exe is then started with the parameter /integrate:
A sampling of the options that can be displayed with the parameter /?
Note: With earlier service pack versions (WindowsXP SP1 and all service packs in Windows 2000 and NT4) this parameter was still /s (for slipstream).
Because the path of the Windows source files still has to be applied to the parameter, the full command is update /integrate:c:\WIN_CD\CD .