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Multiboot CD for all versions of OEM XP Home ?

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Hi, I have created using nlite all OEM XP Home SP3 versions of various brands eg. Acer, Dell, HP, Compaq ?

Instead of having individual discs, can I combine all into one multiboot CD, so
that when I boot up, I can choose which version to install ?

I have been experimenting with this PP release RC 9 but I keep getting a BSOD when booting from the disc created.

I have went through the forum but there seems to have little documentation.

Experts, please advise .
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Hi, I have created using nlite all OEM XP Home SP3 versions of various brands eg. Acer, Dell, HP, Compaq ?

Instead of having individual discs, can I combine all into one multiboot CD, so
that when I boot up, I can choose which version to install ?

I have been experimenting with this PP release RC 9 but I keep getting a BSOD when booting from the disc created.

I have went through the forum but there seems to have little documentation.

Experts, please advise .
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This can happen with some cheap media of cds or dvds. I think this is where your issue may be. Since WXPPP places so many files in the TOC of the disk it can be easier for bad media to have issues. Try some different media. Or better yet... test your iso in vmwar or some other virtual environment. If the iso boots fine the issue is surley with the media. ;)

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