System Utilities Tweaking Windows XP PowerPacker

Windows XP PowerPacker 1.0 RC17 for Windows

by ProfessorCPU

Avg. Rating 4.5 (81 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 199,893
Publisher ProfessorCPU
Homepage Windows XP PowerPacker

Publisher's Description

PowerPacker will help a user create a Multiboot Windows XP disk with or without DriverPacks. It will do almost everything for you, even hex edit the files needed to be hexed, create the boot directory, boot menu, etc. It makes creating multiboot XP disks a breeze.

Latest Reviews

israelbribe

israelbribe reviewed v1.0 RC9 on Jan 8, 2010

is for my nephew's new pc

daniel03

daniel03 reviewed v1.0 RC9 on May 22, 2009

para acomodar mi pc

marques_cavano

marques_cavano reviewed v1.0 RC9 on Apr 9, 2009

stisev

stisev reviewed v1.0 RC8 on Mar 15, 2007

Although I use nLite for more advanced installs -- I have to say this program is freaking awesome.

No installer
No stupid reg entries (all are saved in an .ini file)
No dll replacing.

Very nice! 5* +++

ricktendo64

ricktendo64 reviewed v1.0 RC8 Beta 4 on Jul 23, 2006

Siginet Rocks

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.0 RC8 Beta 4 on Jun 19, 2006

Very nice and helpful.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0 RC4.1 on Aug 8, 2005

Truly stupid-proof (speaking for myself), PowerPacker is seriously impressive.

ProfessorCPU

ProfessorCPU reviewed v1.0 RC4 on Aug 8, 2005

Sorry guys RC4 was compiled incorrectly. RC4.1 should be on Betanews.com soon. I have allready submitted it.

vcc

vcc reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

I want to recap on what I said earlier and make it clear: PowerPacker is a GREAT TIME SAVER and resource for those looking for a solution to create an all-in-one Windows XP setup CD/DVD with very little intervention. (Saving time from doing the work by hand!). Give it a try and you'll be glad you did.

ProfessorCPU

ProfessorCPU reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

Personally... I don't understand the low rating you have given. The program is not buggy anymore. You obviously did not try it. Also it is not supposed to be like NLite. It is a totally different program. If you don't want a program for making multiboot disks... what are you even rating the progam for? Duh!

Avg. Rating 4.5 (81 votes)
Your Rating
israelbribe

israelbribe reviewed v1.0 RC9 on Jan 8, 2010

is for my nephew's new pc

daniel03

daniel03 reviewed v1.0 RC9 on May 22, 2009

para acomodar mi pc

marques_cavano

marques_cavano reviewed v1.0 RC9 on Apr 9, 2009

stisev

stisev reviewed v1.0 RC8 on Mar 15, 2007

Although I use nLite for more advanced installs -- I have to say this program is freaking awesome.

No installer
No stupid reg entries (all are saved in an .ini file)
No dll replacing.

Very nice! 5* +++

ricktendo64

ricktendo64 reviewed v1.0 RC8 Beta 4 on Jul 23, 2006

Siginet Rocks

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.0 RC8 Beta 4 on Jun 19, 2006

Very nice and helpful.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0 RC4.1 on Aug 8, 2005

Truly stupid-proof (speaking for myself), PowerPacker is seriously impressive.

ProfessorCPU

ProfessorCPU reviewed v1.0 RC4 on Aug 8, 2005

Sorry guys RC4 was compiled incorrectly. RC4.1 should be on Betanews.com soon. I have allready submitted it.

vcc

vcc reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

I want to recap on what I said earlier and make it clear: PowerPacker is a GREAT TIME SAVER and resource for those looking for a solution to create an all-in-one Windows XP setup CD/DVD with very little intervention. (Saving time from doing the work by hand!). Give it a try and you'll be glad you did.

ProfessorCPU

ProfessorCPU reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

Personally... I don't understand the low rating you have given. The program is not buggy anymore. You obviously did not try it. Also it is not supposed to be like NLite. It is a totally different program. If you don't want a program for making multiboot disks... what are you even rating the progam for? Duh!

Achdine

Achdine reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

Bobad, this program serves an entirely different purpose than nLite. NLite is for removing superfluous components from a Windows installation CD, this is to simplify making a multiboot CD/DVD.

Personally I think this program is unnecessary and rather buggy for its simple function; I recommend making the multiboot changes by hand.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Jul 14, 2005

A cool and very useful program. I like the simplicity. I have been using nLite, and although it has many more options than PowerPacker, it's tedious and complicated. You must give this one a try!

vcc

vcc reviewed v1.0 RC1 on Jul 8, 2005

PowerPacker is a great time saver and resource for those looking for a solution to create an all-in-one Windows XP setup CD/DVD with very little intervention. I've been using it now for two weeks before it came to the FileForum and it has helped me so much already. Give it a try and you'll be glad you did.

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