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Johnr

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I have just started my XP unattended CD. I loaded SP2 onto a already slipstreamed SP1 CD and also used a tool to merge all the latest hot fixes and WMP 10 into the files.

I started the CD up to test on my laptop and it stayed at "39 mins remaining" (After copying files) before it started saying "Installing Device Drivers" etc.

Why is this?

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read ryans forums, you are suppose to use a clean xp source (no sp1) then slipstream sp2 and use his update pack, t-39 issue is known but if you do the above it should only delay about 10-15mins at that stage

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this post has already been discussed several times,

try searching ..

thats all becuause of *.cat files in i386\svcpack\*.cat

try removing all the traces of *.cat in svcpack.inf file

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mine waits a good 10 min, its b/c of all of the updates, it tells that to you if you use nlite

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If nothing else works look at my post at:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=53434&hl=

I had this problem and my issue was different then anything I've seen. I also slipstreamed SP2 into a WinXPPro Sp1 OEM cd and it hung at T-39. If you need some reference download the INF on that page and open it. You'll see beter then any words can explain. Good luck to you.

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