How to create a bootable CD (after Slipstreaming Windows XP)
(This is the next step after How to Slipstream Windows XP Service Pack )
The programs we are going to use are, IsoBuster (to exstract the boot file) and Nero 6.
First step is to extract de Boot Loader file. To do this, insert your original Windows XP CD.
Start IsoBuster: in the left pane choose "Bootable CD" and in
the right pane, right click on "Microsoft Corporation.img"
and choose foe "Extract Microsoft Corporation.img". Save file to a folder on your hard drive (here "!nstall\XP_CD").
Once extracted, start Nero Burning Rom (minimum version should
be 126.96.36.199), and choose CD-ROM
browse to the location of your extracted .img file,
enable "Expert Settings", "No Emulation" and "Number of loaded sectors" = 4 (See below)
Next go to the "ISO" tab and change as seen below
Important here is to set the "Do not
add the ';1' ISO file version extension"!
Otherwise the CD will not boot.
If you don't have this option in your version of Nero, you will have to update your version first.
Next tab is the "Label" tab. Here you can give a name to it.
Click on the "New" button and select the files and folders from the location were you stored your slipstreamed installation files.
Other tips are:
How to Slipstream Windows XP Service Pack
How to create your own plugin
How to create an iso file with Bart's PEBuilder
How to extract Windows PE from Longhorn
How to change the Bootscreen of Windows XP
Any remarks or suggestions, just let me know