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    Slipstream XP SP3

    Can someone give me some quick easy instructions how to create an XP SP3 install CD from a PC with SP3 and fully up to date, and I have an SP2 install CD.

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    Try this site Slipstreaming Windows XP with Service Pack 3 (SP3)

    Not sure if it can be created from a PC as a source though. I've done this previously but for SP2 used a Windows XP Professional with SP1 Setup CD and a Standalone XP SP2 update.

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    I've successfully created an SP3 cd from a WinXP SP2 cd using nlite and the offline/network installer of SP3 which can be found on the MS download site here

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    [QUOTE=Gibbo;535107]Download the XP SP3 CD from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Site?[^ /QUOTE]

    ^ Do this!

    You cant patch an image and then add a SP. So for example you cant patch conficker and then add sp3.

    Just get teh MSDN full sp3 image

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    Not everyone has access to the MVLS site, though.

    I used nLite before one of my schools saw the light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post
    Not everyone has access to the MVLS site, though.

    I used nLite before one of my schools saw the light.
    Correct! We get our licences through the LEA and we will be getting an XP SP3 cd in the next batch we buy but the reson I ask is that I need it now for a job,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben-UK View Post
    Great that! Nice and Simple, anyway to slipstream all the updates to the slipstreamed version. I have the Update pack downloaded from links on here?

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