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					Slipstreaming Windows 2000, XP SP1/SP1a/SP2/SP3, Server 2003 SP1/SP2 Newer version of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (2000,XP,2003) have the ability to integrate Service Packs and HotFixes into the initial installation of the operating system. You can use this method to replace the original source files with updated Pack files before installing Windows. When the operating system is installed, the Service Pack and Hotfixes are installed automatically. NOTE: Users of Windows 2000 whom would like to unable to integrate versions of SP2 after RC1 into Windows XP will need to do different steps. Please see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 889719. If you encounter any problems: - View Slipstreaming and Bootable Disc FAQ's

Preparation
You will need the following items: 1.) A copy of the original Windows CD or ISO 2.) Network Installation of Windows Service Pack Windows 2000 SP1 ~87MB Windows 2000 SP2 ~103MB Windows 2000 SP3 ~128MB Windows 2000 SP4 ~132MB Windows XP SP1a ~125MB Windows XP SP2 ~272MB Windows XP SP3 ~325MB (Test with RTM Build 5512 signed April 14, 2008) Windows Server 2003 SP1 ~337MB Windows Server 2003 SP2 ~372MB 3.) A computer running Windows 2000, Windows XP (Home/Professional), or Windows 2003 Server with Administrative Rights. 4.) A minimum of 1GB available hard disk space. 5.) Optional: Updated Windows deploy.cab 6.) Optional: Updated Support Tools

Create a folder called OS on your hard drive (C: is used in this example). In this folder create three sub-folder called BOOT, ROOT, and SP.

Copy the entire Windows 2000/XP/2003 CD (or extract the ISO) into folder ROOT.

Updating the Deploy Tools
Note: This section is optional. We recommend skipping this step if the original Disc/ISO doesn't include the SUPPORT\TOOLS folder. Or create the path: C:\OS\ROOT\SUPPORT\TOOLS Download the updated Windows deploy.cab - Windows 2000 Deployment Tools ~411KB - Windows XP SP1a Deployment Tools ~1.7MB - Windows XP SP2 Deployment Tools ~1.7MB - Windows Server 2003 SP1 Deployment Tools [32 bit] ~1.8MB - Windows Server 2003 SP2 Deployment Tools [32 bit] ~2.2MB (Link only. Instructions not provided)

Rename or delete C:\OS\ROOT\SUPPORT\TOOLS\deploy.cab. Download or copy the updated Deploy Tools to the folder C:\OS\ROOT\SUPPORT\TOOLS\. Rename the deploy tools file to deploy.cab. Note: The downloaded file name for Windows 2000 is SP4deploytools.exe. For Windows XP the downloaded file name changes for each language. For a complete list of Windows XP Deployment Tools file names see TTID# 214.

Updating the Windows Support Tools
Note: This section is optional. It only applies to Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1. We recommend skipping this step if the original Disc/ISO doesn't include the SUPPORT folder. Or create the path: C:\OS\ROOT\SUPPORT Download the updated Support Tools. Save the file in the folder C:\OS. - Windows XP SP2 Support Tools ~4.8MB - Windows Server 2003 SP1 Support Tools ~5.3MB - Windows Server 2003 SP2 Support Tools ~3.6MB (Link only. Instructions not provided)

Rename the file to SUPPORT.EXE. Click on Start > Run... Type in the following command in the Open text box: C:\OS\SUPPORT.EXE /C /T:C:\OS\ROOT\SUPPORT\TOOLS Click the OK button.

When asked to overwrite the files click the Yes To All button.

Extracting the Service Pack
Note: If you are not applying a Service Pack this step can be skipped. Copy your Service Pack file into C:\OS Rename the Service Pack file to SP.EXE Click Start > Run... Type in the following command in the Open text box: C:\OS\SP.EXE /U /X:C:\OS\SP Click the OK button. Files will extract. Dialog will close when complete.

Applying the Service Pack
Note: If you are not applying a Service Pack this step can be skipped. Click Start > Run... Type in one of the following command in the Open text box: > For 2000 SP1-SP4: C:\OS\SP\I386\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE /S:C:\OS\ROOT > For XP SP1/SP1a: C:\OS\SP\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE /S:C:\OS\ROOT > For XP SP2: C:\OS\SP\I386\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE /S:C:\OS\ROOT > For Server 2003 SP1: C:\OS\SP\I386\UPDATE\UPDATE.EXE /S:C:\OS\ROOT Click the OK button. When integration has completed successfully, click the OK button.

Creating a CD/DVD/ISO
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