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I used CD BurnerXP Pro to make a bootable WinXP SP2 by slipstreaming WinXP SP1 CD with Win XP SP2 CD, I used Autostreamer by Antonis Kaladis to combine WinXP SP1 CD with Win XP SP2 to an iso image that saved on my operating system disk, I then used CDBurnerXP Pro to make a bootable Win XP SP2 from the iso image ( under boot options for this Compliation set sectors to 4 and check mark make bootable from the main menu, my addition to web instructions, also in emulation set to disk) 5 Stars for this program ,this disk program is that is free here is the basis of all much higher priced Burning software thats not included with CD Burners and 5 stars for Autostreamer, this new compilation was done the first try

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AutoStreamer will create an .ISO file and save it on your hard drive.

Follow these instructions for using CDBurnerXP Pro to create a bootable slipstreamed CD

from the ISO file you just created.

1) Launch CDBurnerXP 3 . At the welcome screen "New Compilation window"

select the first option to "Create a new data CD......."

2.) Go to Disk on Menu and select " boot options"

a.) Put check mark in "make bootable"

b.) Emulation type slect "Hard Disk"

c.) Load segment "7C0"

d.) Sectors "4" ----no quotes anywhere

e.) C:\Program Files\CDBurnerXP Pro 3\Tools\DosBootimage.IMA ( okay)

f. ) platform "80X86 PC"

g.) Click "ok"

2) From the menu select "File"

3) From the File menu select "Write Disc from ISO file..."

4) Point to the location of the ISO file

3) check the box "Finalize Disc (No further writing possible)

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Thanks to all who seen this thru.

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4.) Click "burn " { have a blank 1-52X CD-R disk in your CD-Burner}

under b.) "select"

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AutoStreamer by Antonis Kaladis will create an .ISO file and save it on your hard drive.

Follow these instructions for using CDBurnerXP Pro 3 to create a bootable slipstreamed CD from the ISO file you just created.

1.) Launch CDBurnerXP 3. At the welcome screen "New Compilation window"

select the first option to "Create a new data CD......."

2.) Go to Disk on Menu and select " boot options"

a.) Put check mark in "make bootable"

b.) Emulation type select "Hard Disk"

c.) Load segment "7C0"

d.) Sectors "4" ----no quotes anywhere

e.) C:\Program Files\CDBurnerXP Pro 3\Tools\DosBootimage.IMA ( okay)

f.) Platform "80X86 PC"

g.) Click "ok"

3.) From the menu select "File"

4.) From the File menu select "Write Disc from ISO file..."

5.) Point to the location of the ISO file

6.) check the box "Finalize Disc (No further writing possible)

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AutoStreamer bt Antonis Kaladis will create an .ISO file and save it on your hard drive.

Follow these instructions for using CDBurnerXP Pro 3 to create a bootable slipstreamed CD WinXP SP2.

Follow these instructions for using CDBurnerXP Pro 3 to create a bootable slipstreamed CD from the ISO file you just created.

1.) Launch CDBurnerXP . At the welcome screen "New Compilation window"

select the first option to "Create a new data CD......."

2.) Go to Disk on Menu and select " boot options"

a.) Put check mark in "make bootable"

b.) Emulation type select "Hard Disk"

c.) Load segment "7C0"

d.) Sectors "4" ----no quotes anywhere

e.) C:\Program Files\CDBurnerXP Pro 3\Tools\DosBootimage.IMA ( okay)

f.) Platform "80X86 PC"

g.) Click "ok"

3.) From the menu select "File"

4.) From the File menu select "Write Disc from ISO file..."

5.) Point to the location of the ISO file

6.) check the box "Finalize Disc (No further writing possible)

7.) Click " Burn " { have a blank 1-52X CD-R disk in your CD-Burner}

There ,,,,lol, I used mine for sfc/scannow and to fresh install works, no problems.

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7.) Click " Write Disk " { have a blank 1-52X CD-R disk in your CD-Burner}

Regards;

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Thanks to jason kelly also for the autopatcher, and all the folks at CD Burner Pro and everyone not mentioned, also You dont have to download the " Win XP Network Version" use your original CD Win XP or Win XP SP1 and slip strream this with Win XP SP2 CD, take a break and treat yourself, you deserve it !!! There are other settings for CD Burner Pro 3 that will work, the ones I listed work , have been tested, and I'm currently using this compilation with no problems, I use the inexpensive Norton Ghost 2003( from Norton System Works Pro Edition) to image My drive systems as a "backup" , in case my system needs to be restored this gets the job done very neatly and fast. I also use Norton Internet Security 2003, very inexpensive as my firewall ect, good things dont have to be expensive, just work perfectly and be very low price,,,lol, when this firewall expires I dont renew, I get the next year for very little money and so on, OEM disks much cheaper, you deserve it !! Sieze it and use it You may want to throw these folks on these web sites CD Burner Pro and autopatcher a Euro or so, go ahead, dont spoil them though, they may get lazy,,,,,,,lol

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Follow these instructions for using CDBurnerXP Pro 3 to create a bootable slipstreamed CD from the ISO file you just created.

2.) Go to Disk on Menu and select " boot options"

a.) Put check mark in "make bootable"

b.) Emulation type select "Hard Disk"

c.) Load segment "7C0"

d.) Sectors "4" ----no quotes anywhere

e.) C:\Program Files\CDBurnerXP Pro 3\Tools\DosBootimage.IMA ( okay)

f.) Platform "80X86 PC"

g.) Click "ok"

This step 2), "Disk->Boot Options", is completely unnecessary.

These values are already accounted for in the ISO image that you assembled elsewhere.

They are only needed if you are assembling an ISO image directly from a set of files using CD BurnerXP Pro itself; not when you already have the ISO image.

In my own experience, using an ISO image built elsewhere is the only way CD BurnerXP Pro will burn a valid XP Boot CD with SP2 slipstreamed. It is unable to build a valid ISO image itself, see viewtopic.php?t=3071

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This sounds and LOOKS all extremely complicated. So could someone pse. post the final without errors instruction on how to make a bootable slipstreamed XP2 CD from a slipstreamed XP1 CD ?

I mean I can't go through all the above posts in this thread to find the right way...

Thanks

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So could someone pse. post the final without errors instruction on how to make a bootable slipstreamed XP2 CD from a slipstreamed XP1 CD ? I mean I can't go through all the above posts in this thread to find the right way... Thanks

Have a read of http://www.nu2.nu/bootcd/wxp/

or see PC Answers # 153 (Xmas 2005) "Creating a Windows XP Boot Disk".

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