Want to burn Bootable xp dvd

#1
This is sanjay from Pune, here, Last week I've downloaded Windows_Xp service pack 3(1.48gb)_from website which is not a iso file, contanis installable folders only, i want to make it bootable dvd tried diffrenet softwares like Ultraiso, poweriso, Magiciso And even nero 6.6. but all is vain

i was all ready having xp service pack 2 on my laptop. so i cannot install this on my laptop, so will u plz guide me how to make it bootable disk??

Thanks
 


#2
This is sanjay from Pune, here, Last week I've downloaded Windows_Xp service pack 3(1.48gb)_from website which is not a iso file, contanis installable folders only, i want to make it bootable dvd tried diffrenet softwares like Ultraiso, poweriso, Magiciso And even nero 6.6. but all is vain

i was all ready having xp service pack 2 on my laptop. so i cannot install this on my laptop, so will u plz guide me how to make it bootable disk??

Thanks
Just Google "making a bootable xp disk" There are tons of pages describing this process. There is no need to go over it here again.
 


#4
If your going to go the "slipstream" method (which I'd also recommend) then I'd say use nLite.. ;) It not only is very easy to use but it also allows you to fully customize the XP ISO that you'll end up creating.. :)

nLite is freeware and is available for download here: Download nLite 1.4.9.1 - Remove Windows components like Media Player, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express and more - Softpedia

It did have an official site but that doesn't seem to be working anymore..
 


#5
If your going to go the \"slipstream\" method (which I'd also recommend) then I'd say use nLite.. ;) It not only is very easy to use but it also allows you to fully customize the XP ISO that you'll end up creating.. :)

nLite is freeware and is available for download here: Download nLite 1.4.9.1 - Remove Windows components like Media Player, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express and more - Softpedia

It did have an official site but that doesn't seem to be working anymore..

I agree! nLite rocks!
 


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