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Slipstreaming programs into windows

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Is there any way to take my copy of windows xp and make a restore CD with the essential programs I want to run? I can't think of a way, besides scripting the crap out of it, but would like it because I'm continually reinstalling and messing up my comp (on purpose most of the time) and need an easier way to install the basics, firefox, nero, alcohol, etc.
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Perform a clean install (repartition and reformat with NTFS) one more time. After the OS install, install all of your base programs, special drivers, and configure all settings the way you want them. Purchase Symantec's Ghost and create an image of this new configuration.

Now you can play away, destroy the settings, and only have to run the image to restore your computer back to the original state. No more hours and hours of rebuilding!
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