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androigyn

Slipstreaming sp2 into win xp 64

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Greating :)

a noob whos wiiling to move to xp64,

- i need some help in here ! pls

so im trying to Slipstream "sp2" into "win xp 64 pro build 1830"

but (check the screen shoot) : http://membres.lycos.fr/hcav/imgs/spstream.jpg

m i missing a point or smthing ? do i need sp2 for that xp64

what do i need exactely to make it up to date ! please a really wana make that cd : i dont wana run into a that "at leats 3 hours" windows installation, update, drivers, tools and finaly the software , actually days :D not hours.

anyway if i can get that cd up , that will be great at leats it will save me sm times.

peace u all

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yey thats not possible

x64 is based on win2k3

so SP1 is the latest which u already have (build 1830)

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Windows XP 64 has SP2 integrated.

Concerning hotfix and patch, WinXP64 has it's own patch (not the same that Windows XP SP2 (32 bits))

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