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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mshabsovich, Feb 15, 2007.

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  1. mshabsovich

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    where can i download a file that has all of the windows updates in 1 download? i have seen it before. dont remember the website. i want to slipstream my aging xp disk. i am so sick of having to download over 50 updates after i install a fresh copy of XP.
     
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  3. mshabsovich

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    is there a place where i can download a file with all of the updates separated by name so that i can use a program to slipstream an xp disk?
     
  4. ozrom1e

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    Try what Carey934 suggested

    Try www.autopatcher.com

    What site are you using to give you the instructions on slipstreaming?

    And what kind of Windows XP disk are you using?
     
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    i am using nlite with an xp pro sp2 disk
     
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    Microsoft Update.
    Use administrator options on the left instead of clicking "check for updates."
    You can download and burn the updates to disc.
     
  8. mshabsovich

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    where is this? is this on their website? how to i get there?
     
  9. RootbeaR

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    Microsoft Update.
    Click Start>All Programs, at the top of the menu that opens look for either Windows Update or Microsoft Update.
     
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    WOW! this is amazing! thank you so much!
     
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    Glad you took the time to click on the links I gave you.
     
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