You can integrate Drivers directly into your Windows XP installation disc using DriverPacks so that all the required Drivers are installed automatically whenever you install Windows XP.You can also integrate all the SATA/MassStorage Drivers.So all AHCI or SATA Hard Disks are detected automatically and you do not have to press F6 and load your SATA Drivers from a floppy during installation.
Since there are many versions of .Net Framework available ,it is very difficult to download and install each of them seperately.For maximum compatibility you must install all the .Net Frameworks from version 2.0 and above.The all in one installer released by Microsoft is 231 mb.However you can download an alternative AIO installer(for XP) of size 34mb.
Many people like to install and use Vista Transformation pack and other GUI enhancers to improve the their Graphical User Interface.These packs have to be installed manually after installation XP.
However there is a tool which can directly integrate visually enhanced files in to the XP Installation Source.So , when you install XP you will directly be presented the improved and enhanced GUI.Your XP installation screens will also be visually enhanced.
Windows Media Player 11 is the latest Media Player released by Microsoft.It is not included by default in the XP Installation Disk.Windows XP users will have to manually download and install it. You can avoid doing this by integrating Windows Media Player 11 into your XP Installation Source by using a tool called Windows Media Player 11 Slipstreamer.
Aim:To create a XP Installation CD with all the latest updates from Microsoft. What you need:XP Installation CD,Ryan VM Integrator,Ryan’s Update Pack and Service Packs(If your XP CD has not been slipstreamed). Step 1:Slipstream Service Pack 2 and 3 to the installation files. Skip this step if you have already have slipstreamed the service packs.