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adding service packs to the windows 2000 installation disk

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How can I place the service pack files on an installation disk, so I dont have to install it seperatly after I install windows 2000 pro
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BigC666 earned 50 total points
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howdy,

have a look at this http://www.theeldergeek.com/slipstream_01.htm

hope that it helps
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by:cerush
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I had a hard time following the first link the info in the first link but the second one from BigC666 was exactly what I was looking for, with step by step instructions and everything. Thanks everyone,

Cris
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