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winnt.sif for WindowsXP

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hi
Is it possible to integrate winnt.sif with a WindowsXP professional CD with servicepack2 to
make it bootable  .To be precise ,i am using Windows XP professional .
I downloaded WindowsXP servicepack recently .I'd like to integrate both to
one bootable cd .Is it possible ?
Thanx in advance
Rgs
Anil

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Hi

I think I found the solution here..

http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/windowsxp_sp2_slipstream.asp

sajen
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