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Step 2: Extract the Service Pack files The next step is to decompress the Administrative Update into a folder on your hard drive. I look forward to any comments, suggestions, complaints or questions regarding the information. This allowed service packs to be slipstreamed into the original installation files. External links[edit] Office 2000 Solution Center Downloads for Office 2000 - Downloads - Microsoft Office Online Microsoft Office Programs (original Microsoft site archived by Internet Archive) Office 2000 Suites (original Microsoft http://nexwarecorp.com/office-2000/office-2000-interfering-with-office-2002.html

And besides, I don't know how long I'll try to fiddle with the whole WinXP thing - the freezing on boot issue already drove me to INSANITY a year back... (And, No problem. Microsoft. All rights reserved.

I had to obtain Office 2000 SR-1 Media from my VAR then recreate the Administrative Installation point.From there I was able to use the slipstream methods to integrate SP3 into my One of these links can be found here: http://www.wolfsheep.com/technical/slipstream2000.html Use at your own risk! Microsoft Japan (in Japanese). Click Yes to accept the License Agreement.

point.Slipstreaming SR-1 into a base Office 2000 (no SR's) did not work for whatever reason.Try this, it should work. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites handyjap Important SP3 Note: Unlike previous service packs, Office XP SP3 installs successfully on any previous baseline of Office XP, including SP1, SP2, and the original release version of Office XP. I've tried to look for a list of files contained in these MSI files (ie data1.msi) online but have come up empty handed. I have successfully slipstreamed CD1 (1 of 4) of Office 2000, but have problems with CD2. (I'm not going to bother with CD3 because I have an outdated version of PhotoDraw

Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New? This allows me to customize the installation process and define what options will be installed and where. As it turns out, I noticed some instructions on the CD case during the past week I hadn't ever noticed before. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r8348365-Slipstreaming-Office-2000 Archived from the original on 17 November 2000.

Internet Archive: Microsoft. I can boot in safe mode fine, however. I KNEW there was a another list of add-ins somewhere, but I'm having a hard time finding the list - I wouldn't mind adding this add-in as well as a few If you do have sucess please let me know how you did it.

SP1 Note: For SP1 slipstreaming you can run the command "x:\oxpsp1a.exe" from the Run menu. https://www.petri.com/office_xp_sp_slipstreaming Oops! Read my lips: You need the administrative version of SP3, SP2 or SP1 to perform the slipstreaming process. To complete this procedure, you must have the original Office XP CD media.

But after I copied the installation points over to DVD I had to tweak things to get Office to install properly from the DVD and I'm not so sure I'm going weblink You don't call out the triple-f winword file at all, though. There aren't that many to deal with.... I'd really like to hear about anyone's experience who tries following the procedure. · actions · 2003-Nov-17 8:19 pm · redxiiModjoin:2001-02-26MichiganTechnicolor TG790Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH

redxii Mod 2003-Nov-18 5:36 pm Looks good.

I found out what the difference is on the MS web site and would like to start over with the administrative installation.One issue I'm having is trying to figure out which Thanks! click Downloads for Office 2000 in the middle of the page under Browse downloads4. http://nexwarecorp.com/office-2000/office-2000-sp-1-won-t-run.html Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.

Even so, though, I've been looking for those updates and really appreciate your help! · actions · 2003-Oct-29 1:32 pm · ChizepPremium Memberjoin:2002-04-07Concord, NC

Chizep to Gork Premium Member 2003-Oct-29 3:02 I expected the installation program to prompt me for the second CD during the installation process. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

My next thought was to try to find out if the Office XP kit would work.I actually DO plan on installing the additional post-SP3 hotfixes if I can figure it all

Reply With Quote June 6th, 2003,04:22 AM #2 [email protected] View Profile View Forum Posts Content Adviser Join Date Jan 2002 Location Austin, Texas USA Posts 2,691 I was unable to come Let it install. I thought that was an interesting idea, but not interesting enough for me to do it all over! I'm sure spelling errors abound.

Locate the SP3 file (see the Prerequisites section above). This is a slipstreamed XP/SP1 installation CD, but there might be an idea here you can use. Just copy the above line and change the folder locations to ease your typing and reduce spelling mistakes. his comment is here I have been able to install a working slipstreamed CD1 and install the non slipstreamed CD2 - I guess that saves SOME time.If anyone has any comments or ideas I'd love

You can also preconfigure settings in individual programs (such as "pre-installing" services in Outlook). Let it install. . install. What we need is the file called MAINSP3ff.msp.

You need the administrative version of this update to be able to slipstream it into the Office XP CD: Outlook Update (3.57mb) Step 5: Burn the files to a CD (optional) Next you need to run two commands from Start | Run or Command Prompt. Microsoft. AND IT WORKS!I have burned my slipstreamed custom administrative installation of discs 1&2 to a DVD now.