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    I prey, not pray. AlphaWolf's Avatar
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    Originally posted by 2bzy4ne1
    Originally posted by Eagle
    BTW, this may sound odd, but I've never heard of this slipstream thing (except on Star Trek: Voyager, where it was a theoretical improved warp drive) can someone tell me what it is?
    I'd like to know as well...???
    Also have you ever heard of this .net thing? Microsoft says its supposed to revolutionize internet commerce, but its already on service pack 2 and I have yet to understand what *exactly* it is


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    Microsoft .NET is the Microsoft XML Web services platform. XML Web services allow applications to communicate and share data over the Internet, regardless of operating system, device, or programming language. The Microsoft .NET platform delivers what developers need to create XML Web services and stitch them together. The benefit to individuals is seamless, compelling experiences.
    http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/upgrad...t_general.aspx
    Last edited by Eagle; September 12th, 2002 at 01:43.
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    I prey, not pray. AlphaWolf's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Eagle
    Microsoft .NET is the Microsoft XML Web services platform. XML Web services allow applications to communicate and share data over the Internet, regardless of operating system, device, or programming language. The Microsoft .NET platform delivers what developers need to create XML Web services and stitch them together. The benefit to individuals is seamless, compelling experiences.
    http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/upgrad...t_general.aspx
    Thats it? er....wasn't that the point of XML? I mean, damn, anybody can create XML content easy as is, and why do they need proprietary services for it? And I don't understand what about it that .net makes so "seemless", and why they named a compiler and operating system version .net.

    I am still lost.

    EDIT: Also I feel like it will be fun to play ****house lawyer.

    I reviewed the DRM EULA, and microsoft makes you acknowledge that they can put any updates on your system at any time, quite interesting.

    On an unrelated note, I consider some content at the microsoft.com domain to be offensive to my political beliefs, so I am hereby configuring my router to block access to it from all computers within my private home network.

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    eagle, a slipstremed windows xp cd is one where the cd's installation files have already been updated with service pack 1. This means that once you do a clean install of xp with a slipstreamed disk, the updates are already there, you don't have to download anything else or go to windows update. Advantages are driver and software problems fixed in sp1 are in your computer before you install your first program.
    CONTRADICT ME AND DIE


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    yea..
    i did it with Wink2 pro ( http://www.bink.nu/bootcd )

    basically you rip the cd, apply the updates to it, and re-burn it, so the next time you isntall it you already have the updates

    i also did it last night with Office XP SP1 and SP2 ( http://www.viperlair.com/articles/gu...1/offxpsp1.htm) (thnx evilone!)

    usually system admins who have to maintain a lot of pc's will do this to save time and will also throw any drivers/updates on the cd so they dont have to be downloaded again and again

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    I don't know If I am allowed to post this link but here is one link that explain detaily how to apply SP1 with a pirated version of Windows XP

    [REMOVED]

    hopefull it will be allowed to stay
    Last edited by Eagle; September 13th, 2002 at 02:41.
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    OK guys cut it out or the entire thread goes bye bye. If you dont know if your allowed to post it then chances are, your not. Pirated material or information on pirated material is not allowed.
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    ok sorry eagle... it won't happen again
    <img src="http://www.emutalk.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=10748&stc=1" >

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    Heh, I operate on a 3 strikes policy. I've already removed two illegal links/files
    Those who hope in the lord will renew their strength, they will soar on wings like eagles.

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    and downloaded 1 file

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