In addition to nLite, you can also make one heck of a CD that contains all the latest hotfixes slipstreamed, yes slipstreamed, and all your drivers. How about adding applications that are automatically installed as part of the Windows install? Yep, no problemo. How about sticking in your XP CD, installing, getting to the desktop, firing up Internet Explorer, hitting Windows Update and there's only a couple of things to grab. Easy as pie. No drivers to install after Windows is done with it's thing. Yep.
Basically, you start out with these steps.
3. Bashrat the Sneaky's driver packs.
** Note ** If you're going to do all three, do them in the order above.
Where to get the info? Glad you asked...HFSLIP:
Main forum: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showforum=129
Guide to getting it started:http://www.vorck.com/hfslip.html
List of updates for XP and respective HFSLIP folders to put them in:http://users.telenet.be/tc76/winup/_winxp.html
(check each item you want and download them into the folder listed at the top of each section)
When you're done with that, you'll have a fully slipstreamed XP SP2 source (I386) folder with ALL the latest Windows Updates slipstreamed. Hit Windows Update and you'll have maybe one or two things to download. Cool, eh?
Application addons forum:http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showforum=132
(Application add-ons (.cab files) are inserted with nLite at the Hotfix stage)
nLite will allow you to remove things from the Windows install, tweak some things, add specific drivers and other cool things.Bâshrat the Sneaky's Driver Packs:http://www.driverpacks.net/DriverPac...ateTracker.php