WinFuture xp-Iso-Builder 3.0.7 - opinions?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by terminal velocity, Aug 26, 2008.

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  1. terminal velocity

    terminal velocity Registered Member

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    I want to create a slipstreamed XP Pro/SP3 disc.

    Winfuture's xp-iso-builder looks like a good piece of kit, and appears to pass basic security checks - however I'm not familiar with the homesite or this software.

    http://winfuture.de/downloadstart,1219725841,1654.html

    As it's interacting with the creation of a setup disk I'd like to have total confidence in this software. Assuming it's downloaded from original source, is this a known and trusted product/site?

    Thanks for any help.
     
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    i used it once to build xp with sata drivers for HP laptop(for which HP disables sata support to xp so that users can only use vista).and everything worked perfectly.that is the only time i used it and it worked pretty well.
     
  4. terminal velocity

    terminal velocity Registered Member

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    @ Mrk,

    Thanks for the reply, that site requires I download isobuster to complete a bootable cd. It just seems to move the point of interaction with software rather than avoid it.

    I really am looking for opinions, known information etc. re. xp-iso-builder.

    @ sach1000rt

    Thanks - good to hear some positive feedback re. capability.

    I'm particularly looking to have confidence that this product just does as advertised, and doesn't add anything extra of it's own to the setup disc.
     
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