1. .Chris

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    Has anyone used a program called winXPup?

    If so, I would like to ask a question:

    When you create a boot disc, do you need the original disc/iso file?
     
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    Smart that you are linking to a Warez site.
     
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    There are better ways to update windows XP if you want to skip the internal or autoupdates.
    If you want to burn in updates and do things like remove components and tweak windows all to an install disc opt for nlite
    http://www.nliteos.com/nlite.html

    SP3 is available as standalone (mainly aimed at those that do this sort of thing, sysadmins, those with large networks or those that fix machines- so much nicer than downloading the lot every time).
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/deta...;displaylang=en
    For the post update pack (at least essentials)- http://xpupdates.narod.ru/#download is where I usually head.
    http://xable.net/ is worth a look in.
    http://www.ryanvm.net/msfn/updatepack-sp3.html (a bit out of date at this point)
    http://www.heise.de/ct/projekte/Offline-Update-284105.html (German language, I have not used them in a while but back when they were probably the best).

    http://www.autopatcher.com/downloads/
     
  5. .Chris

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    Thanks for all of the info FAST6191, but I'm just looking of an XP CD boot disc creator. The information might come in handy later on. [​IMG]

    EDIT: Thanks so much of telling me about nLite! I think it will help me a lot! Thanks you! [​IMG]
     
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