|I have a WIN XP 8-in-1 boot disc, which has XP pro, tablet, media center, three versions of Home edition, etc. The only edition I have a key for is Home OEM, and this is the only one I use. Before I continue, let me clarify that I am NOT wanting to use any of the other versions illegally. I have a CD key for my version, and I will continue to use it legally.|
Having said that, here is my dilemma. I only want the files required from the CD to create a WIN XP Home disc. The disc I have now is full, and what I want is just the files/folders required to perform an install of my edition. On this disc, I also want to include SP3, IE7, .Net2 framework, Media Player 11, Windows genuine advantage verifier, and perhaps even my legal copy of Office XP, if there is room. In a nutshell, I am tired of having all of these programs strewn out all over my HD, and on separate discs. Also, the multi-disc is old and unreliable, and though I have made a back up, I am tired of having to go through the motions of picking my version, etc... What I want is ONE disc with JUST WIN XP Home OEM, along with the rest of the progs I mentioned earlier. Can anyone tell me which files I need to copy from the 8-in-1 XP disc needed for installation? A screenshot of your installation disc would be helpful. Also, is there a way to integrate SP3 into the installation? Thanks for your time.