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Hello, I have a Windows XP Boot Disc that has absolutely no service packs on it. In fact, when I run nLite and pick the installation cd as the source, it is recognized as "Windows XP Professional RTM (5.1.2600.0)" I've read some things that lead me to believe that I have to slipstream SP2, then slipstream SP3. I've read some other things that make me think that I can go streamline straight to SP3, bypassing the SP2 slipstreaming. Which is the way that I need to do it, since the boot cd I have has no service packs on it? If I do indeed have to slipstream SP2 as well as SP3, do they have to be done in different sessions? (e.g. one session to create a SP2 boot disc, then use the SP2 boot disc as source to create a SP3 boot disc) Any help would be greatly appreciated!