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Windows XP Service Pack 3 Integration

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self-made integration tool.

it automatically copy from cd to harddisk,

if not exist sp3 on local - download,

extract from sp3,

integrate sp3,

build iso,

and finally burn to blank cd.

note: if there are mistakes on sentences please correct me ;)

edit:

you can also convert to windows xp n edition

and insert your productkey

if all steps are "OK" then it will burn not before.

example: if download, copy, extract, integrate,.... fails it

appears an error message.

[NEW]DOWNLOAD INTEGRATION TOOL with corrections

[GERMAN]DOWNLOAD INTEGRATION TOOL

edit: you cannot integrate on vista systems.

Edited by easy

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thx :)

if you download the servicepack before then rename it

to "KB936929-SP3-x86-ENU.EXE", so you must not download again.

Edited by easy

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I have not tried yet...but sound interesting...

I will try...

Thanks :)

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i've made some changes, so you can convert your xp to n edition.

this means, the windows media player is removed from the installation.

but you can install wmp after installation.

all the files are original and comes with sp3, i havent manipulate files.

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uploaded some screenshots.

if anyone found some misstakes in sentences, please

let me know ;)

edit:

or any suggestions :)

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Hello

Interesting but why not use nlite ?

++

hi, i won't install 3 or 4 applications ;)

1. installing .net framework

2. installing servicepack for .net framework

3. installing nlite

4. maybe a burning application.

why should i install many applications on my system

for the simple integration of servicepack ?

with this batch application the slipstreaming will ending earlier ;)

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@yankee85: thx :)

i have upload again 'cause i though the "sleep" function comes with xp.

i've just add the sleep.exe to my source so you can see the show if all is done.

you would see this show.

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@easy - looks nice.

but...

nLite is easy and cleaner!

And You can do so much more with nLite besides integrate...

/SwedenXP B)

ps. personally I slipstream manually - it also is really easy - and it works just great!

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Excellent work, there, easy! Thanks very much for your work.

Some (requested) corrections:

product key as two words;

would you like to convert to N edition? (not "will you");

would you like to burn again? (not "do you want burn again?);

I guess "Yes I' lovin' massproduction" derives from McDonald's (bad grammar, worse food). If you want to keep it so, then

mass production as two words. If not, then I love is correct;

do you really want to burn? (not "do you want really burn?").

I see this as a really useful tool, especially given its ability to remove Media Player. Your few minor English slips are nothing, especially as I hear Vorarlbergers also have trouble with High German! ;)

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Wow...Easy its too easy...

gr8 job. :)

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Excellent work, there, easy! Thanks very much for your work.

I see this as a really useful tool, especially given its ability to remove Media Player. Your few minor English slips are nothing, especially as I hear Vorarlbergers also have trouble with High German! ;)

thanks for the corrections :)

lol, i am also from vorarlberg :D

@neo

take it easy ! ;)

greetz from austria :hello:

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Looks good! nice work

-gosh

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