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How to slipstream ie7 and wmp11 in XP

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Old 14-11-2006
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How to slipstream ie7 and wmp11 in XP

I have a Genuine Windows XP disc with me which am using on a desktop. Now as i need Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Media Player by default in this operating system i would like to know if there is any way we can slipstream both these applications in XP installation disc? I think there is a tool to do this automatically.... Please let me know what is that tool and how can we do the same?

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RE: How to slipstream ie7 and wmp11 in XP

Hello Dharuna, the name of that toll is NLite Slipstream which helps you to slipstream XP but the process is too long and it is recommended to not to try if you dont have any information about the same. Still if you need you can check these URLs:

XP Slipstream Tutorials
Create a Slip Stream version of Windows XP
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