need help with slipstream cmd line please

  sunny staines 15:45 25 Nov 06
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when i goto run cmd ok iget the prompt showing
c:\documents and settings\David>

I want to enter the following instructions to extract files from sp2 disc to c:\sp2 folder. my cd drive is f drive.
the instructions are as
cd cd sp2
xpsp2.exe -exec\sp2 [enter]


All i get is the file name,directory name, volume name lable syntax is incorrect. I also cannot get the command on three lines as shown in the example and shown it in easy steps please.

  sunny staines 15:46 25 Nov 06

should read

cd |
cd sp2
3rd line as shown

  VoG II 15:49 25 Nov 06

You need to enter each line one at a time and press Enter after each one.

Also see click here and click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:50 25 Nov 06

cd cd sp2
xpsp2.exe -x:c:\sp2 [ENTER]

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:51 25 Nov 06

cd
cd sp2

xpsp2.exe -x:c:\sp2 [ENTER]

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:54 25 Nov 06

OK I give uphow do I get to post a "backslash"
( why can I rarely beat VoG™ to the draw) :0)

cd [backslash]
cd sp2
xpsp2.exe -x:c:\sp2 [ENTER]

  sunny staines 16:08 25 Nov 06

fruit bat your line failed too, but thanks for offering, vog I have abandoned my original trail and will try your simply guides version, hold you breath for the next hour or so.

vog i have copied the sp2 disc to the c drive do i extract the xpsp2 files within the folder at this stage?

  sunny staines 16:19 25 Nov 06

any help on this last point please.

  brundle 16:48 25 Nov 06

Depending on your compression program, just drag the xpsp2.exe into that and extract them that way, saves all that command line stuff. 7zip, izarc, winrar, winzip should support that method, im sure other programs do.

  sunny staines 16:54 25 Nov 06

brundle thanks, i'm ill with migraine now i'll try again tomorrow now.

  Spark6 20:23 25 Nov 06

Have you been attempting the same slipstreaming instructions as me? click here

To date no-one has interpreted the command instruction correctly, i.e. one that works! I must confess I haven't tried Fruit Bat /\0/\,s backslash.

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