troy Posted March 13, 2006 Share Posted March 13, 2006 Ok, until now, I've been maintaining 3 seperate CDs (not counting 98/me and various support disks), which has been a huge PITA to keep up with, so I'm now working on building my first all-in-one DVD. I'm up to about 2.8GB (wonder what Vista and MCE is going to do to this).Anyways, I've been having some wonderful luck with XP, with the exception of a path problem with mp10setup in HFSVPK_SW (I'm about to give up and slipstream it from HF instead).The problem is coming from 2K Pro. If I build a straight CD with 2k in i386, it works awesomely. However, if I follow the multiboot directions (which take me to flyakite.msfnhosting.com), things go south real quick.1) When using the boot disks from the SP3 OEM CD to boot a fully slipstreamed/updated install, I get a BSOD real quick.2) I installed from a single-boot HFSLIP'ed CD, then ran "winnt32.exe /norestart" to get a good boot folder. BSOD problem solved, but now setup thinks it's a friggin upgrade and not an OEM, as clearly indicated in my SETUPP.INI:[Pid]ExtraData=64766769766D6B766768820497EA44Pid=51873OEMIt's not my WINNT.SIF, since that works flawlessly if I boot straight to the I386 folder on the root fo the CD/DVD. While this is a reasonable solution, I would like a cleaner solution.Can anyone offer any guidance or help me understand why setup thinks my slipstreamed OEM source is an upgrade version?much thanks for any help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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