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How to burn bootable Windows XP SP3 CD


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Hello!

I have integrated SP3 files with original installation XP CD (Home edition) by slipstreaming on my hard drive. Now, how can I burn the same to a CD with booting facility, say with Nero, as it was available with the original installation CD.

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http://www.nliteos.com/ will make an ISO that's bootable from your XP slipstreamed files. It'll either squirt it to a CD for you or you can create a physical ISO file on your hard drive that you can then use Nero to burn to a CD with.

Edited by Neil Jones, 09 October 2009 - 03:47 PM.

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Thanks for the information. nLite is very helpful in adding hotfixes too. I came to know about Microsoft's CD Image tool to create ISO image and have used it.
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