Create windows XP customize installation disc:
Windows XP is one of the user-friendly software I have ever seen. But when we install Windows XP it takes too much time and we have to give the more different information.
Like serial key, time, user name, password etc. This is often annoying and time-consuming. If you have windows XP customize installation disc then you don’t give the information while install again and again. It will take the information from your windows XP customize the CD automatically. But first thing is that you have to create the windows XP customize CD.
I will show you the process how to create the windows XP customize installation disc.
You can create the windows XP customize the CD with this software.
First download this software. It is only 2.54 MB and also a Freeware. So there is not any problem with registration.
Download and install this software.
And also download .NET framework 2.0 SP1. Download link
After download install it, if you have already installed then no need.
Copy the Files from Windows XP CD into your computer drive. Create a folder, rename it and paste here. No matter it is XP SP1, SP2, 32bit or 64 bit home or professional edition.
First run the software [nLite]. Select the language English, click next.
Browse the location of Windows XP from the computer.
Click Next, again Next
Select all in the task selection
If you want to integrate your service pack 3, then select and browse the path.
Now the message come [Integrated install has completed successfully] click ok
The option coming like that [Then select the service pack, hotfixes, ADD_ons and Update Packs]
Select next – next – next
In component option box select all
An option box will come click No
Do the settings like image 8
Next and put your name, organization name etc.
In the Tweaks option box select all
[Do you want to start the process?] Click yes
Now wait for a few minutes.
If you want to write in CD directly then select burn directly
An option box will come click ok
It is write in the CD
Al last finished your work.
Thanking you, wish you all the best.