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Slipstream SP2 into 64bit WindowsXP using PC running 32bit Windows?

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Old 03-01-2008
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Slipstream SP2 into 64bit Windows XP using PC running 32bit Windows?

I am getting a pc that has Windows XP 64bit installed on the same. While the current system that I have on my pc has Windows XP Pro 32bit. I want some help here in creating slipstream disc. There are some internal drivers that will be hard for me to locate on web. So I want to add them on the new disc. I am trying here to work on the slipstream but looks like there is some issue due to different OS edition.

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Old 23-01-2008
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I do not think that would be easy for you. First of all you are working on a separate OS architecture. The most you can do is find the driver updates from web and then merge them in the new disc. That will be more easier for you. And it is simply not complicated. Even if some non-compatible file is compiled you will face problem with further installation. It is essential that you must check all compatibility stuff first. And it is not really necessary to merge the driver. You can keep it separate.
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