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Slipstreaming WindowXP and SP2
Posted by Red Squirrel on August 13th 2004

The idea of installing Windows XP first then painstakingly applying its latest service pack to each machine seems... unnecessary. Fortunately, that's exactly what it is - unnecessary - there is an easier way, and PCstats is about to show you how to do it. Slipstreaming refers to the process of creating a new bootable installation CD or network file for Windows XP or Windows 2000 installations which contains all the original operating system files, plus the latest Service Pack. In this guide, PCstats will detail how to create a bootable Windows XP CD with Service Pack 2 included.

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