Slipstreaming Xpsp1a & Unattended Xpsp1 Install ?!

  M4D 01:16 10 Feb 04
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Does anyone know of a few places i can find out
how to slipstream xpsp1a into xp and configure it
to do an unattended install with SATA drivers, DX9b, And various other things like, Not installing
the following, Windows messenger, Msn Explorer, Windows Games, Desktop wallpaper, Ext ext.

I have done a slipstream of Xp & sp1a and already
done an unattended install BUT i would like for
someone to confirm that i have done it right, Basically for peace of mind more than anything,
And to maybe give me some more options for my next
slipstream and unattended setup.

I would be very grateful if anyone has done this
and could offer some help, Or even just give me the
winnt.sif /winnt.cmd, ext ext files required so that
i can compare them with mine.

Thank you, Chris M.

  hugh-265156 01:23 10 Feb 04
  M4D 01:32 10 Feb 04

Thanks, Thats the site i used first off.
I already have that site bookmarked ;)

Basicaly im mostly looking for people who can share
there experience and/or the files .pif .Cmd .Bat settings they used
for there unattended part of the setup.

So that it gives me some peace of mind and
even more something to compare my files with.

  Chegs ® 03:18 10 Feb 04

I cannot recall its name,but there is an app that can be d/loaded,that you simply work down the list inputting the relevant bits(like keyboard language/XP registration key,etc)and it creates the autoexec for you.It works great,but I lost my files in a recent crash,so unable to offer a clue as to what it was called or where I d/l it from in the 1st place.Someone here will possibly know what/where it came from.

  Chegs ® 03:28 10 Feb 04

click here


Its called setupmgr.exe and come from an install cd.

  M4D 03:36 10 Feb 04

Thanks guys im all sorted i got my install working perfect ;)

Now for some more tweaking of this here XP and i'll be a very happy bunny indeed :) !!

  muppetmark 07:58 10 Feb 04

bump for my notes

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