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 Post subject: Winborg XP June 2010 Rev2 Final
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Winborg XP June 2010 Rev2 Final
Winborg XP June 2010 Rev2 Final
Release: June 2010 | Size: 4.37 GB

If you boot with this DVD and start one of the setup routines, this will clean install a corporate edition of Windows XP Pro SP3 updated to the month of release. The aim is for you to be able to stick this DVD in, quickly get setup running, and then when setup finally stops, your computer is ready to use. There are no steps in between, you don't need to do a thing, you get a fully unattended installation of everything. This means all your device drivers installed and no critical updates need installing. You just sit back and enjoy the ride.

Actually, there are some options you can select, in particular, the Driver Packs Selector is something you'll want to look out for as the operating system is installed because you can choose extra driver packs that aren't selected by default and you can also un-select some to save some time for the install. You can also set the type of screen resolution you have - standard or widescreen - this will make the end result a lot more satisfying to gaze upon. Once setup has finished, select your favourite applications from the fully-stocked software library -- all titles are installed for you and you don't have to do anything about registering, cracking, or any of that crap. Just reboot at the end.

** Instructions **

* Burn the image to DVD at slow speed or verify the data after burning
* Make sure the BIOS of your PC is set to boot from your DVD drive
* Boot with the DVD and choose your OS option, or use the Tools to check your hardware
* Not all tools from the Tools menu will work on your machine, so don't be concerned. Just try another tool.
* Some USB devices interfere with setup so if you experience problems, try unplugging all USB devices and then trying again.
* Be cautious when selecting extra driverpacks when you see the list of available packs (after your PC reboots for the 1st time) - if devices don't appear to work as intended, redo the installation without them or unplug the devices and install them after the OS is installed. Also, check Device Manager for incorrectly installed devices after setup has finished.

** New in this version **

* A new 4th OS option was added

** Boot Menu Features: **

* 4 different flavours of Windows XP Professional SP3 - install with or without the latest hard disk drivers.

* Tools Menu:
- Hard Drive Mechanic Gold Edition -- an excellent disk & file system repair tool
- HDD Regenerator 1.61 -- can restore bad disk sectors to working order
- Hiren's Boot CD 10.5 -- many many tools that can test your hardware before install
- Partition Wizard 4.2 -- perform all sorts of operations on your disk partitions
- MemTest 86 3.4 -- easy access to this useful program
- HDClone Pro 3.2 -- clone entire disks or partitions from one to another.
- SpinRite 6 -- verifies & tests the physical magnetic media of a hard drive
- Acronis True Image -- hard disk drive copy, cloning, disk imaging, and disaster recovery software

*** Please Note: If you plan of visiting the applications folder, the installation packages are all switchless installers meaning that all you do to install the application is run the file. This means that once you start the file, that's it, no message boxes asking if you have made the right choice. If you have made the wrong choice, every application comes with an uninstaller so wait until its finished installing, reboot, and then un-install. In some cases you can extract the files within each package to find out more about what the package contains, but even then unless you are a computer head, it probably won't be of much use. It is highly recommended you don't use the computer while the installers are running, especially when in a few cases there is an AutoIT script running that will need to recognise active windows in order to work.

*** One last thing: If you are launching the apps menu yourself - ie you aren't also installing the operating system - then it's up to you to remember to reboot your machine after all the installations have finished. Don't forget!!


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