Slipstreamed XP SP2 CD causes BSOD

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Lars-Erik Østerud

After having lots of trouble after upgrdaing a Win2000 to XP Pro, I
was about to try to fix this by repairing/installing a slipstreamed XP
SP2 to see if thet helps (can't loon after upgrading from 2000 to XP)

SO I create a slipstreamed CD from my XP Pro Select CD (this is at
work) and a SP2 package. Slipstreaming goes OK and I burn a CD.

Booting from the CD also is OK, and files are copied, BUT when all
installation files are copied and the PC reboots, it has a BSOD :-(
(this is just a the point where the graphic installation progress
scrteen is displayed the first time when XP installs).

Why is this happening? Can't one slipstream with a Select CD, or?
 
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Lars-Erik Østerud

Could you please post the Stop Code from the BSOD?

0x0000007F (0x0000000D, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

Happends after the slipstreamed XP SP2 has copied files and
starts first time (before the main part of the install)
 
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Will Denny

Hi

It may depend what is on the XP CD that you have. Have you contacted the
supplier of the CD to see if can help?
 
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