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Here is what a basic run might look like with PowerPacker:

First you will want to make sure you have everything you need.
PowerPacker, DP_Base and DriverPacks (from www.driverpacks.net), and a winnt.sif file.

Now open the DP_Base file and run through all of the options and export a settings file. It doesn't matter where your source xp files are because powerpacker makes sure the dp is integrated into the destination you select in powerpacker.

1. Open Windows XP PowerPacker.
2. Browse to the folder containing an i386 directory of an XP you wish to add in the INPUT section.
3. Browse to the destination where you wish to have your finished product created in the OUTPUT section.
4. If you are making an Unattended disk choose Unattended if not choose attended. If you choose attended you don't need a winnt.sif file or you may not need an $OEM$ dir either. You also can skip step 5 if you are creating an attended disk.
5. Browse to a settings file you exported in the DP_Base.exe file you downloaded.
6. Choose XP Home or Pro according to the version of XP you are packing.
7. Choose the edition... Corp, Retail, OEM or Upgrade.
8. (OPTIONAL) Choose Extra Pack files. These are files you wish to add to this pack. For instance if you have modified files that you want overwritten or a custom setup.exe etc. There are also tips in the help file for running batch files etc in this area.
9. (OPTIONAL) Choose Extra Root Files... this is the basic same concept as step 8 except this does not pertain to the individual pack. It pertains to the root of the disk.

10. Once you have chosen all of your settings just use the "Pack These Files Into The Destination" button.

11. Repeat these steps for all of your other XP disks until your destination is filled with all of them they way you want.

12. When you are done then you will click the "Package" button to compile an ISO. Then you burn the iso with you favorite burning software like Nero or IMGBurn.

That's the basics.

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