Slipstreaming WMP

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by sboulema, Jan 16, 2003.

  1. sboulema

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    I know its possible to slipstream sp1. But i wanna know if its possible to slipstream WMP9 and MSN5 and SP! to 1 mega copy of XP :) And if its possible what are the steps i need to take.
     
  2. ArcAngel

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    This is something i've also been looking into, with no results. :( Also is it possible to slipstream DX9 aswell.
    Would be handy to have it all there after a refresh. :)
     
  3. sboulema

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    *bump*

    doesnt anybody know this???
     
  4. Sweens

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    Why not try it with the same or simular commands that were used to slipstream sp1 ?
     
  5. Leo154

    Leo154 Guest

    could someone explain to me the concept of slipstreaming... i'm guessing by what's been said already that its got something with installing XP with these stuff in it already...

    but how? just a quick explaination with a link to a site maybe would be great :blink:
     
  6. Lighter

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    err....

    Unless you're changing boards or clean-installing multiple PCs regularly, why go nuts with slipstreaming? --Create a drive image with the bare basics you need on hand.

    'Course, I'm also interested in obtaining a working answer to sboulema's question. :)



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  7. TechSupport

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  8. Leo154

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    thanx Tech'.. I guessed that was it...
     
  9. sboulema

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    already tried to use the same commands as with sp1 but they didnt work....