When Microsoft supply Windows XP to PC manufacturers, it's designed to be highly customisable. For instance, it can be supplied pre-configured for a particular system, territory and even include the serial code so the end-user barely has to do a thing. Ideal for re-installing your system as quickly as possible.
However, we can use the same customisation techniques for our copy of Windows XP. For instance, you can manually insert the latest service pack, drivers for your hardware (particularly serial-ATA drivers) and enter your serial code and other components. How do you do this? Through software such as nLite which is designed for this purpose.
If you have a copy of Windows XP and want to make your own customised boot CD, download nLite immediately as it's a superb tool.
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