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Zaheer

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  1. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    Sorry, which link?
  2. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    If you don't know what you need them for, then you probably don't need them. The files all go to different places depending on what they're intended for. For example both my and nolookingca's Slipstream packs are meant to be integrated straight to the i386 folder of your XP SP2 CD.
  3. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    Wow. I just had a look at the first post. You've done a great job nolookingca, thanks!
  4. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    ...and plus i've already edited it for him - it's now unlimited ...
  5. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    PM sent. thaNX. I suppose just dropping file version 5.1.2600.2180 in there might cause more harm than good, eh? Got the PM and replied You could always try the file version 5.1.2600.2180. I doubt it would really do any damage and it would probably work since it's just 1 build different, but I'll just patch your one anyway
  6. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    Any help hacking tcpip.sys for v 5.1.2600.2179? thaNX Sure. Just send me the file and I'll try to edit so it's unlimited. Yep, the one posted here is exactly the same as the one there.
  7. SP2 install needed hacked files list

    I'm also sorry for being too agressive and accusing you. I should have been more friendly
  8. Is this the one you're talking about? http://www3.telus.net/_/replacer/ I'll give it a try. Seems really good
  9. Windows XP Embedded - Boot From CD Tutorial

    Absolutely 100%. If you want to play a game, you need to make sure that you include the DirectX component and it should work. You can also run most applications on XPe
  10. Windows XP Embedded - Boot From CD Tutorial

    Quite a long while. Chris and I have been working on it since yesterday quite intensively and we're still not finished. As Chris mentioned earlier on in this thread that there is little documentation for this procedure and so since we are writing this tutorial from scratch, but still making it comprehensive it does take a while. Expect the tutorial by the end of this week (no promises made, but a rough guideline).
  11. Windows XP Embedded - Boot From CD Tutorial

    Exactly as Chris said. For example with XPe you can add Windows Media, .NET Framework, Explorer Shell but with Win PE that's almost impossible (some of it is possible but you will have problems later on). XPe also does not have the same limitations as Windows PE such as rebooting after 24 hours and the 6 process limit. It's fully customizable and more personal, becuase you can add your own drivers, with gives the user more choices.
  12. Windows XP Embedded - Boot From CD Tutorial

    As Chris said, you can download the evaluation from Microsoft. The tools and database have no time limitation, but all the XP Embedded images you build will have a 120 day timebomb, which gives you plenty time to try XPe (1/3 of the year - 4 months) and then you can always rebuild the image to have another 120 days
  13. Windows XP Embedded - Boot From CD Tutorial

    Yes, to create an XPe image you would need to use the tools on a Windows 2000, XP or 2003 system.
  14. PEXP installer... NEW VERSION

    Do you have a screenshot of it? I would like to see what it looks like.
  15. XPdeploy 1.0 Customer Preview Program

    That's wat I was thinking. Also with Wraith's current version of XPLode, you've got to manually instal each thing and then wait for it to insall before installing the next thing. With this idea, you would jus select what you want and it would be all insatlled and so you could have a semi-unattended install!
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