After a version of Windows is released, over time bugs are found or new enhancements are added by Microsoft. In order to resolve these types of issues it is possible to integrate the newer service packs over an an older copy of the Windows installation files. Before we can start the process of creating Windows install disc, we first need to gather some software. A copy of your SATA drivers from your motherboard Web site if you have a SATA HDD that requires special drivers. Once you have made sure you have all the software or media listed above, you should create a folder that will be used to store the files that will be written to the installation disc.
After you have completed copying your windows XP CD you will need to create a boot image by extracting it from your existing XP CD.
When it prompts you for the location where you would like to extract the file, save it to the folder you copied the contents of your XP CD earlier in the guide. Now that we have extracted the boot image we need to slipstream the service pack over the Windows files you previously copied into the C:\XPCD folder. Once the service pack is downloaded, you can slipstream the service pack using two methods.
Now select your Windows installation folder that we created at C:\XPCD and then click on the OK button. You should now continue to the section detailing how to slipstream your SATA hard drive drivers. If you have not already installed nLite, you will need to download and install the program first. NOTE: If there are drivers for other versions of windows, for example Vista or 64 bit drivers, do not install them as it will cause file load errors. If multiple are listed in the Textmode integration options box, select the appropriate driver for your operating system. After selecting Textmode Driver you will be at a page listing all the drivers that will be installed. Please note that older versions of NERO may not use the same steps as what are outlined in this guide.
In the right hand pane you will navigate to your slipstreamed location, C:\XPCD, and left-click once on it to select it. If you have not already installed nLite, you will need to download and install the program first and then start it.When the program starts, click on the Next button, and then at the next screen, select the Browse button to see a screen similar to the one below. On this screen select the Bootable ISO option as shown in the image above and then click on the Next button.You will now be at the Bootable ISO screen that will look similar to the image below.
If the screen above does not look exactly like what you see on your computer, do not be concerned as we need to make some changes first. Once you have changed all of your settings and selected your boot image, we are ready to create the Windows installation media. Now that you have learned how to make a bootable Windows installation disc you can make an install or reinstall process much quicker and secure. The Recovery Console is a special boot up method that can be used to help fix problems that are preventing your Windows installation from properly booting up into Windows. Windows Virtual PC is a downloadable add-on to Windows 7 Professional, Ultimate, or Enterprise that allows you to run a Windows XP environments from within Windows 7.
A boot disk is a floppy or a CD that you can use to boot your computer into a state in which you can use it to fix a problem.
The built-in Administrator account is one of the most targeted account names by malicious programs and hackers that are attempting to access your computer without your permission.
Extract boot image: WinISO can also extract the boot information from the bootable DVD or bootable ISO files. Clear boot information: If you do not need boot information for your file, WinISO can help to solve the problem.


In order to fix these bugs and add these new enhancements, Microsoft will occassionally release a large update called a Windows service pack that contains all of bug fixes, enhancements, and new features created since Windows was released. This allows you to install Windows with the service pack already installed so that you do not have to install them after the installation process. Below is a list of software that you will need to download and install, as well as CDs that you should have on hand in order to continue.
Unfortunately, for this step you can not use an OEM CD provided by your computer manufacturer (Dell, HP, etc). Click once on this Bootable Disc option, so it is selected, and you will now see a file called Microsoft Corporation.img in the right hand panel as shown in the image below. Please make sure you have downloaded the network installation version Windows XP Service Pack 3 before continuing as we will need it during this step.
This error means that you cannot use this type of CD to create a slipstreamed installation and will not be able to continue with this tutorial.
You should now skip to the section detailing how to slipstream your SATA hard drive drivers.
Simply click once on the Service Pack button so that the circle becomes green as shown in the image below. You will now be prompted for the location of your service pack installation file that you downloaded earlier as shown in the image below. Next, you will need to download your SATA drivers from your motherboard or computer manufacture's web site. Simply click once on the Drivers button so that the circle becomes green as shown in the image below. You now want to browse to this folder, and when there, locate the correct folder for your Operating system.
You should click on the Next button and then click on the OK button when it asks if you want to start the process. Once started, if you do not see an option labeled Make Bootable DVD, as shown in the image below, you will need to enable the advanced user settings. We recommend changing the labels on your completed CD or DVD so that they match your Windows CD.
To do that, change Boot Sector to custom and a window will open asking you to locate your boot sector. When it has finished, you will see a message stating the written files were verified successfully. Using a disk like this you can now install Windows XP and be at a high patch level so that your freshly installed operating system is less vulnerable to malware and hackers.
This method allows you to access the files, format drives, disable and enable services, and other tasks from a console prompt while the operating system is not loaded.
Windows XP Mode, which requires Windows Virtual PC, is a prepackaged fully activated copy of Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 3 installed. There will be times that your computer may not boot up properly and thus you can not access files or attempt fixes that you are asked to do. These drivers are used by the operating system to enable it to communicate with the particular device the driver was made for.
It is therefore a wise security precaution to rename the Administrator account to another less common name so that it can no longer be targeted.
A bootable DVD should be called Emergency Startup Disk which is mainly for re-booting your computer when your system has been compromised, or has experienced technical difficulties. Running WinISO, you will find out whether the ISO image files have bootable information or not on the left of WinISO. Einfach einePause im schnellebigen Alltag machenohne der Zeit Beachtung zu schenkenist ein Erlebnis, das ich gerne teile. Unfortunately, CDs that you have for Windows usually do not have these newer Service Packs already installed.


This process of integrating the newer service packs with older installation files is called slipstreaming. When downloading the service pack, please download the files to the root directory of your C: drive.
The command line method will probably be a bit easier if you are comfortable with the Windows command prompt.
You should now click on the Insert button and then select the Multiple driver folder option so you can include all of the drivers for your specific operating system.
Otherwise, you can skip ahead to instructions on how to use the free nLite utility to create your DVD. You should browse to the folder where you saved the Microsoft Boot image that you extracted using Isobuster in previous steps and select it.
Then, for the Label field we recommend using the same label that was on your original Windows CD.
A confirmation prompt will appear asking if you are sure you want to burn the content to the media.
This also enables you to go to locations where there is not a lot of bandwidth and install Windows with all of the latest service packs installed so you do not have to wait for a long time while the service pack downloads. Devices that you connect to your computer are often very specialized which makes it so Windows can not communicate directly with the device without a program telling it how to.
It has the ability to extract & set boot information, and generate the bootable ISO file as well. This means that if you ever need to reinstall Windows with your CD, you will also have to deal with the timely task of reinstalling the service packs.
The goal of this tutorial is to walk you through creating a slipstreamed Windows installation CD or DVD that already contains Windows XP Service Pack 3.
If you do not, change the selected drive so that it is pointing to the drive that contains your Windows XP CD.
Once you click on the open button, nLite will automatically slipstream the service pack into your C:\XPCD folder. Once the SATA drivers have been downloaded, you should extract them to a folder on your hard drive.
You should click the All button to select all drivers for your system and then press the OK button. Nero will create the bootable CD for you and you will now have a Slipstreamed Windows XP SP3 CD or DVD! If you have any questions regarding this process, or tutorial, please feel free to ask us in the Windows XP forum. To make matters worse, some of the fixes in these service packs are security related, and by not having them installed, your computer may be at risk from viruses or vulnerable to hackers. When it has finished, click on the Next button, and then at the next screen, click on the Finish button to close the program. Once you do that you will be able to select the MICROSOFT CORPORATION.img boot image as shown in the image below. Your Magic ISO panel should then say Bootable which means that you can make a bootable disk.
Therefore, not having these service packs installed after you install Windows could open yourself up to big security risks. When it has finished preparing the files, nLite will start writing them to your media as shown in the image below. Inside it select the virtual drive you want to mound the ISO file to and select Mount Image.




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