Hello everyone, Firstly, I'd like to thank Tomasz86, Blackwingcat and all the gurus for doing this. It is hard to describe the feeling I got when M$ decided to cut w2k support back in 2005 by not issuing new (and deserved) Service Pack. Windows 2000 deserves the attention you are paying by this astonishing work and you literally took away the sadness. I found this forum only recently, because my issue was a bit simple: I needed a VM on 1GB 5-year old Thinkpad X61 running Debian Wheezy, which would be capable of running Office 2007 because of upcoming company event requiring 100% visual of presented office documents. So I came around this forum (and 2 other sources) and voila! Office 2007 up and running with Slovak proofing tools and SP3 on a 160MB Win2k VM all thanks to you. My hat is going way dwon. As you might have found out by now, a soul of a man is always hungry for more if the information relate to any object of their interest, so maybe I am asking something already mentioned elsewhere and being too lame to google it (I tired, but didn't find any usable answer), but would like to address following issues, as now I try to create a super install cd of win2k: 1. As USP5.2 is still not ready, I found myself spying on all Windows2000 updates and hotfixes I could manage to find. I know about USP5.1, UR2 and UUR. However, it is not clear or mentioned anywhere, what should I install to this date (end of September, 2013), furthermore, I cannot find any list of hotfixes included in UURs, or USP5.1. I found some FDV file list on MSFN, but it seems to me a bit old. Then I found a list of hotfixes included in USP5.1 posted by tomasz86. However, it was said there are about 400-some updates and only about 140 in the list (therefore the list is not complete). I don't know how to assign hotfix numbers to their md5 equivalents. I even used coloured highlighters and printed lists, but hsflip installation didn't end up well (setup.exe error after product key). I found (hopefully) a complete list of updates included in UR2. Still, there were some hotfixes and updates in hfslip-preset folders downloadable from windows2000.tk archive. To make things more complicated, I found another guide to make an up-to-date windows 2000 CD by Kurt_Aust. I tried his guide, even modifying the RunOnce stage a bit and everything worked fine, except it seems to be a bit old, as Office 2007 setup ended with an error stating it could not find some .ini file directly under its nose. I am experienced with nLite, but mostly with Windows XP, as I find them the least painful solution for VMs these days (I removed nearly everything I could for the basic office work). But as I say I like my lightweight XP, I just loved Win2k for being versatile and serious platform for testing (VPNs, older Office packages, etc.), while having nearly no hw requirements compared to XP (128-256MB ram was always feasible on a 2GB machine and the system ran smoothly). Well, it was so until the support was dropped completely in 2010 (yes, I used to wait for all those updates to install automatically). I never tried hfslip until a day or two ago. I also downloaded the file checker, but its date is way back in 2012 even it helped me sort out some obsolete updates. Is there any list of what to install/integrate on/to SP4-slipstreamed (original SP4 pressed CD) Win2k image to make the system totally updated? The combination: USP5.1 + UR2 + UUR11 2013/09/02 worked perfectly. I found the hfslip list on windows2000.tk site a little misleadin as it does not count in USP, UR2 or UUR. Are there any additional updates/hotfixes? Perhaps one of those listed by Kurt_Aust for .NET and optional components? I didn't try .NET or Silverlight (actually I didn't merge it with Kurt_Aust RunOnce procedure, as I installed all these 3 updates manually on an existing Win2k VM in order to make Office working ASAP. UURv11 daily had to be installed from Safe Mode as it generated an error that shell32.dll was being used). 2. I would like to modify and slipstream my customised boot logo onto the installation image. I tried expanding I386\ntoskrnl.ex_ , replacing the orignal logo and compressing it back. The installation showed customised logo for the first time when graphical portion of setup started, but after this portion, the original one showed up, like I didn't do anything (the runonce procedure didn't even start by the time the logo was back to original). I guess this ntoskrnl.ex_ file is used for setup.exe only. I noticed that BWC's kernel has customised logo and decided to slipstream all the necessary service packs, rollups and updates using hfslip, use nLite afterwards to remove unnecessary things, add RunOnce files and then change the logo. Which file is the "right" ntoskrnl.exe that has to be changed in order for the logo to display correctly after the setup is complete? 3. Regarding the website www.windows2000.tk, namely the SP4 hfslip section. I don't know if it is normal but I am not able to download any unofficial update. Official ones are a matter of M$ attitude, so I requested some of them by e-mail, as that was the only option. However, probably thanks to megaupload affair, nearly all the files vanished from mediafire, and therefore I am cut off the source. I was mainly interestedn in unofficial KBz... updates having numbers starting with 2 (possibly the newest ones) and I was not able to download them. Are there integrated in UUR v11 or is there any alternative source? Just FYI, I am completely OK with English versions of all programs I use according to the fact that Slovak translation of M$ (but also other) programs is literally a nightmare. If you used them, you wouldn't be even able to find features you know if you had used English (or other) versions before. the only thing I need is the proofing dictionary for Office, which installs fine. Thank you very much for your answers.