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AutoStreamer 1.0.33

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AutoPatcher's little brother, has finally gone final! At its current state, AutoStreamer works as a slipstreamer-only. Basically, all it really needs is a source (that being an original Windows CD or a local share) and a Service Pack file.

Screenshots:

Main screen, Using CD, Picking Service Pack file, Skiping slipstreaming, ISO options, Working!

Requirements

1. Windows 2000/XP/2003 (Windows 9x/Me won't do)

2. The latest (complete) version of AutoStreamer

3. Administrative privileges

4. A CD recorder and a blank CD

Supported Service Pack files:

- Windows 2000: SP3 onwards (meaning you can't select a SP1/SP2 file as a service pack)

- Windows XP: Any

- Windows 2003: Any

Running AutoStreamer

Here's an example of Windows XP SP2 slipstreaming by Powerless: Guide

Download: updated January 19th 2005

AutoStreamer 1.0.33 (Installer) [844KB]

AutoStreamer 1.0.33 (Installer) [844KB]

Credits:

Brought to you by SteelTrepid and Raptor

Have fun!

Edited by TheBlazingAngel

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Here's a fresh, new AutoStreamer thread (pinned!) to go with Raptor's new version release! Have fun! :)

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Very nice work there chaps :)

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nice work, keep it up! (Y)

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Congratulations! Soooo, let's start this off with a fun one...

You may or not be aware of the issue where you are unable to slip XP SP2 if you are using Windows 2000. After much research I found the fix around this, and unfortunately I have to give the credit to M.S.F.N. Now the question is, would you prefer to implement it, or if not, perhaps include an OS scanner or disclaimer that states you cannot slipstream XP SP2 if you are running it on Win2K?

The fix is simple. After extracting the SP to the temp location, Autostreamer needs to delete one file.

Whatdya think?

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Alright, we now have an installer version contributed by Hurmoth for those who have trouble handling the zip...

AutoStreamer 1.0.30 (Installer) [844KB]

AutoStreamer 1.0.30 (ZIP) [549KB]

/Raptor

p.s: flish, you better change the first post of yours really fast or ill start biting! the first post being yours (cant edit it can i!) is at least annoying!

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Alright, we now have an installer version contributed by Hurmoth for those who have trouble handling the zip...

AutoStreamer 1.0.30 (Installer) [549KB]

AutoStreamer 1.0.30 (ZIP) [844KB]

/Raptor

p.s: flish, you better change the first post of yours really fast or ill start biting! the first post being yours (cant edit it can i!) is at least annoying!

Done. And just message me when you need something changed. I'm most always online. :yes:

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Nice update

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What i waiting for finally release... Thanks.

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Another fine release (Y).

Already hosting it :D

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May be a new screenshot for this new update?

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^ expect new screenies tomorrow!

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sweet... I was just checking for the latest update and bam... nice

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^ expect new screenies tomorrow!

nw_raptor just a little request, is possible that you may add this feature to the prog, like for win xp we can use the cd, but can you also add that for the sp2 cd? i think many people did get it on cds...and i want to make a slipstream, only prob i dont got sp2 on a .exe file...

thanks

i||uSi0n^

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Just wanted to say thank you.

Used this for the first time last night and it worked perfect. (Y)

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nw_raptor just a little request, is possible that you may add this feature to the prog, like for win xp we can use the cd, but can you also add that for the sp2 cd? i think many people did get it on cds...and i want to make a slipstream, only prob i dont got sp2 on a .exe file...

thanks

i||uSi0n^

i thought the SP2 CD includes the big .exe! Look for xpsp2.exe...

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OK, screenie time!

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Flish-Flish, time to reupdate the first post! I bet by now you wish you never did it!

/Raptor

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i thought the SP2 CD includes the big .exe! Look for xpsp2.exe...

It does. That is what I used to make mine.

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That looks like an awesome little tool , thx bud

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Nice to see my image I made is being used in the installer. :)

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i thought the SP2 CD includes the big .exe! Look for xpsp2.exe...

ah yeah it does, i hadnt find it when i took first look at it when i recieved the cd, anyhow doing the slipstream now on the french iso, hope it will all go good, cool prog i must say!

thanks,

i||uSi0n^

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let us know how it goes :)

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Nice to see my image I made is being used in the installer. :)

Yes, thanks again for the help ;)

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Nice utility... Any chance of adding support for MS critical patches/hotfixes as well?

Jon

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