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manju_salian

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Post Mon Aug 31, 2009 12:58 am

integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

Hi,
  I had refer most of the OS installable with integrated SP,hotfixes and patches.
Can any body suggest how to create such one.
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Post Mon Aug 31, 2009 1:18 am

Re: integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

Not sure if I understood you correctly, but I assume you want to create an install disc of Windows with latest service packs and patches?

If so, I would recommend googling - there are many tutorials available which will cover this (e.g. this one).

If I got you wrong please clarify. ;)
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Post Mon Aug 31, 2009 5:09 am

Re: integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

I was referring for single CD with OS and patches integrated for eg Windows Xp integrated with SP 2, can the same be done for hotfixes and patches.
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Re: integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

Including additional hotfixes/ patches, which are for example not included in one of the service packs, is possible as well.
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Post Mon Aug 31, 2009 6:26 am

Re: integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

You can pretty much slipstream just about anything onto a Windows XP disc, drivers, service packs, patches, etc.  The problem is that your slipstreamed disc becomes outdated every Patch Tuesday.

http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp2

That's a bit old, but you get the basic idea.
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Post Mon Aug 31, 2009 11:12 am

Re: integrated Servicepacks & Hotfixes

Ketchup is correct. Slipstreaming is what you want to do. There is plenty of info out there on how to do it. You can even turn it into an image and install the OS over a network.

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