Need a Little Help


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Need a Little Help

Postby Joe K » Wed Nov 08, 2006 1:19 pm

I'm a beginner to this and could use a little help. I've got 2 XP Home systems a Dell pre service packs and an older Compaq I just installed a Genuine Microsoft OEM Sp2 Full Version version on. I want to make 1 disk for both machines. If I update the OEM Sp2 version with integrator and then Use PowerPacker can I select the Dell (not updated) version in space for Extra Pack Files? Will this make me a disk that will install either version.
As a side note this OEM Activared online.
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Postby Siginet » Wed Nov 08, 2006 1:52 pm

I would recommend using the OEMSCAN Addons on the site. Grab the integrator and integrate the Dell and HPCOMPAQ addons into a windows xp home disk. Make sure you get an SLP key to use. Then it will be a regular oem disk with the pre activation files for both dell and hpcompaq machines. Allthough if your hpcompaq is too old it may not be pre-activation capable.
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Need a Little Help

Postby Joe K » Fri Nov 10, 2006 1:59 am

Thanks
Is the SLP key what is shown by Magic Jellybean? I suspect the Compaq is too old. It was originally Windows 98 before HP bought them out. A couple question about Integrator. After Integrator finishes could I use the destination file created as the source or do you have to make ISO and burn to disk first. Also I noticed the Dell cd looks like the original when finished with the same number of files and folders. The Generic OEM after integrating Ryan's updates is missing the following files and folders Value Added, DotNetFX, Supprot, Docs, SetupXP, and ReadME. This is when viewing the finished disk by clicking open in my computer. I ran Integrator for Generic OEM on 2 different computers and got the same result. It loads on the Virtual machine ok.
I appreciate the help. I think this a really useful program especially as you make more changes and features!
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