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d2thez
08-12-09, 10:13 AM
I am trying to slipstream IE8 into a VistaSP2 x64 image. I followed the step online and successfully integrate, but when I burn the files back to disc hte PC won't boot from the new disc.

Steps:

1. Download VistaSP2 x64 ISO image from technet
2. Use 7-Zip and unpack the ISO image
3. Download IE8 x64 and unpack using 7-Zip
4. Follow Microsoft directions to integrate it using the Windows Automated Installation Kit
5. It is successfully integrated
6. Burn Vista files back to DVD --or-- Using CDBurnerXP I create a new ISO buy capturing all the Vista files, and then burn that ISO to disc




No matter which way I do step 6, the PCs I have tried won't boot from the new disc I have created. Help please.

alanon
08-12-09, 09:05 PM
Have you tried burning it at a really slow speed? I have found that ISO's don't seem to boot well unless I burn them slow. I have had several different tech support people tell me the same.

I make a lot of Bart (ultimate boot cd) dvd's and I burn at a slow speed and I haven't had any problems since I've started burning at slow speeds.

I use this tool for burning ISO's:


http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm

Absolution
08-13-09, 12:58 PM
I am trying to slipstream IE8 into a VistaSP2 x64 image. I followed the step online and successfully integrate, but when I burn the files back to disc hte PC won't boot from the new disc.

Steps:

1. Download VistaSP2 x64 ISO image from technet
2. Use 7-Zip and unpack the ISO image
3. Download IE8 x64 and unpack using 7-Zip
4. Follow Microsoft directions to integrate it using the Windows Automated Installation Kit
5. It is successfully integrated
6. Burn Vista files back to DVD --or-- Using CDBurnerXP I create a new ISO buy capturing all the Vista files, and then burn that ISO to disc




No matter which way I do step 6, the PCs I have tried won't boot from the new disc I have created. Help please.

I thought SP2 comes with IE8 in it? Anyway, try using nLite (or I guess vLite). . . http://www.vlite.net/

Also, its not booting because you just dragged (drug?) the files onto a disk; there is a boot sector from the original DVD that needs to be burnt also (which isn't viewable with just windows explorer).

d2thez
08-13-09, 01:30 PM
I would guess the boot sector is the problem. Is there a way for me to extract that?

And no, SP2 does not include IE8 unfortunately.

XDanger
02-13-10, 09:56 AM
Also, its not booting because you just dragged (drug?) the files onto a disk

Winners use "dragged".

t3hl33td4rg0n
02-14-10, 03:20 AM
I would guess the boot sector is the problem. Is there a way for me to extract that?

And no, SP2 does not include IE8 unfortunately.

That more than likely. The boot sector of the disc has to be added to the burning program somehow...

But I would go with Absolution's suggestion and use vLite to do the slipstreaming and burning because it will automatically include the boot reason of the disc.. Well, I know nLite does, but I'm sure vLite has the same feature,