Microsoft® Windows XP Professional (x86)
Unofficial Rollup Service Pack 5
All-in-One Product IDs
Modified the System Properties dialog for each distribution channel
To display what kind of product key was accepted and used during setup. No more guessing which distribution channel was
used to activate that particular installation.
Added the setup for nLite under the SUPPORT folder
Using nLite makes switching the Distribution Channel a snap. As an added benefit, keeping a copy on the ISO means not
having to keep a separate copy, hunting it down, or ultimately downloading it again at some date in the future when you
want/need to customize the ISO further.
Added the ALT_PID root folder with alternate setup files
This allows switching the kind of product key accepted by the ISO. Multiple “hard links” to the majority of files duplicated
on the ISO, means only a little extra space is required to accommodate those files unique to product activation. As an added
benefit — if using nLite to tweak and customize an ISO — keeping the ALT PID folder gives a backup/reference copy of the
original setup files before any were modified/eliminated by nLite.
Replaced the DOTNET root folder with DotNet Frameworks AIO Setup under the OPTIONAL folder
This All-in-One setup simplifies and speeds up the process of getting NET installed under WinXP, and only requires one
critical/security patch after installation.
Slipstreamed in one, final critical/security patch (KB3139398)
For some reason Microsoft Update doesn’t flag this as needed unless/until the Renesas drivers are both installed and
working correctly, even though the patch doesn’t need them