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takumahabu

Integrating bootcamp drivers

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takumahabu    0

Hi,

I've just reinstalled bootcamp recently and used nlite to create a custom slimmer winxp pro disk with sp3 integrated. But i found out that bootcamp 2.1 drivers have to be integrated before installing sp3...

I was wondering whether there is a way of installing the 2.1 drivers before installing sp3 but do it all on a custom disk..

Thanks,

ps. ive searched arount but couldn't find any info so if anyone could help ill be greatful!

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toja92    0

It would be possible if you first integrated all drivers in your cd, and then extracted SP3 over installation files (either in nlite again or there is a command I don't remember - I just wake up :P)

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takumahabu    0

thanks but that's the problem I have the bootcamp drivers but I don't know which one's which... also for all i knw nlite applies the SP packages first then the hotfixes and drivers... no?

Thanks!

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toja92    0

The problem with bootcamp drivers I'm unsure of, but if you first make a setup with nlite and only include the bootcamp drivers, and then build it, and after that, you can integrate SP3, drivers, tweaks etc with nlite (you run nlite two times).

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