Wndows XP Pro SP3 (x86) + Integrated (Updates + Net 3.5 + Serial) USB Booteable

Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by Ghandira, Dec 5, 2014.

  1. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    Hi, I need to create a bootable USB to install Windows XP Professional SP3 x86, integrated with updates and NET3.5, including serial installation to install in an old computer. Is there a manual for this procedure, or some help about how I do this?
    Thanks in advanced.
     
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    KillerOh MDL Novice

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    Not exactly the best way to do that :mad: but you can:

    - Download the windows updates from this list: hfslip. altervista. org/updatelist.htm
    - Install nLite to integrate updates, do several tweaks and create a bootable ISO: nliteos .com/downl oad .html
    - Then use Rufus to copy the created ISO in an USB device: rufus. akeo. ie/?l ocale=en_US
    (Sorry the spaces in the links, this is my first post :biggrin: )


    If I remember well, .NET 3.5 cannot be directly integrated with nLite, but you can do a google search for ".NET 3.5 addon nlite" and add such add-on along with the windows updates.
     
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    #3 tnx, Dec 5, 2014
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    I have never had any luck with Rufus, making a USB Windows XP image.
    This "old" computer, in the BIOS does it allow to boot from USB ?

    Did this comp come with XP installed on it as new ?
    Making your own OEM image would be a good idea if this is the case,

    This thread might be of help
    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/7580-How-To-Create-PRO-OEM-SLP-CD

    As for making a bootable XP USB stick. On my PC I have a couple of links to a site devoted to this. I tried it and it worked but was very long winded.
    I will find them later and post them, just on the old iPad at the mo.
    If it was me I would always stay with booting from a CD for Windows XP.

    Hope this helps.
     
  4. Ghandira

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    How do I know what all updates until now I need to include and if I download from the official site of Microsoft?
    Any suggestions, thanks for the help.
     
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    use onepiece pack
     
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  7. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    The problem I am having is that I need it in another language, for this reason I need to create my own one o_O
     
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    #11 Ghandira, Dec 14, 2014
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    @Atari800XL, I was reading about OnePiece Pack, can you tell me what tools I need and the steps to create my own Windows XP SP3 ISO (non english) are updated. Thanks for your help.
     
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    Thanks to this reply. :) Now I already do have idea on how to do it. :)
     
  10. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    (1) Spanish language.
    (2) December 2014.

    Thanks!
     
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    Ghandira MDL Member

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    Ok, i think is great the idea of creating both, I hope I can do it. Previously I created my own Win7 ISO with other tools, but Windows XP is somewhat different.
     
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    #16 Ghandira, Dec 14, 2014
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    Done! Has created the file:
    Code:
    OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack_ESN.7z (243,664 KB)
     
  13. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    #17 Ghandira, Dec 14, 2014
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    Done! Thanks for your help!
    Now, how i can integrate this OnePiece pack updates in my Windows XP SP3 ISO?
    (My purpose is to create a USB Bootable Windows XP SP3 with updates)
     
  14. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    Some guidance about how I can integrate the package OnePiece in an ISO?
    Thanks.
     
  15. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    Yes, I've done all steps until post#24, I need to know what are the steps follow to create an installer for Windows XP Professional Post-SP3 ISO.
    I would add a serial installation and compatibility with SATA drives. Apparently Rufus creates problems in a USB Bootable XP, what other tool can be used to implement a Bootable USB?
    I sincerely appreciate your help.
     
  16. Ghandira

    Ghandira MDL Member

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    All the tools ready.