AutoStreamer will slipstream Service Packs into original Windows setup files. All you need is your Windows CD or a local share, a Service Pack for that version of Windows, and a CD-Writer to burn the CD image.
- Check for operating system
- Check for missing files
- Added readme file
Reviewing 1.0.33 (Dec 2, 2010)
Autostreamer is a free slipstreaming utility for Windows. It can integrate a service pack into a Windows XP installation CD-ROM image.I like the features it has..
Reviewing 1.0.33 (Jan 9, 2010)
It worked like a charm for me, starting with a bootable XP CD and copying my SP2 disc contents onto my hard drive. Couldn't be easier.
Reviewing 1.0.33 (May 2, 2008)
I tried a couple other methods to slipstream SP3 and this was by far the easiest, It made a bootable ISO and I installed it with no problems.
Very easy to use, no coasters, it works!
Reviewing 1.0.33 (Jan 6, 2005)
Well, the program seems great but does it makes a Bootable ISO ??
Reviewing 1.00 (Aug 16, 2004)
I have used this program and it works like a charm. It is simple and saves anyone plenty of steps in SlipStreaming themselves. The best part is that it creates an ISO file so you can just burn it with your favorite CD-Writing Software. Excellent!
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