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Gail Allinson, gail@oncomputers.info

16 May 2004

Deepak, Joe, Jack  and I will discuss slipstreaming Windows XP with SP1.

This is not a how-to article because others have already figured out "how-to." If you follow any decent article step-by-step you can slipstream Windows XP.  The only really tricky part is having your CD burning software set up to properly burn a Windows XP boot CD.

Deepak will discuss some issues regarding the Hardware Abstraction Layer, or HAL and a slipstreamed CD.  This becomes especially important for hard drives of over 131 GB.

Before you slipstream Windows XP make sure that you don't already have a newer CD from Microsoft that already includes SP1.

I used these three links to make a bootable Windows XP CD using Easy CD Creator 5:

These are other useful links:

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