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Windows TinyXP Pro SP3 Rev09 2008 eXPerience

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    Posted: 20-08-2008 at 19:06
Windows TinyXP Pro SP3 Rev09 2008 eXPerience | ISO | 652 MB
Thank you for trying TinyXP Rev09...

To install Windows TinyXP from this CD, set your PC
up so it will boot from the CD-ROM in the PC's BIOS.

You cannot install TinyXP as an "upgrade" from within Windows.

This TinyXP now has a "Repair Option" (Option 9) where you can install
Windows the way you want, your own username, regional and language
options etc. One file was hacked in this untweaked "attended" version so
that you can see the product key on the actual installation screen as
you install Windows. The hacked file is for installation purposes only
and never ends up on your system. This #9 option in the boot menu for XP
is the same as option #2 except in #2 it is an unattended installation
and in #9 it is a standard install where you need to click next, etc.

Or you can choose any of the other eight different flavours of TinyXP.
Options 1 to 8 are all unattended and vary in size and whether they
install with the added drivers or not.

Only install TinyXP onto a freshly formatted partition or hard disk.
There is no upgrade option available in TinyXP, because the option
is removed. You do not need any product key in this release - the
installation of TinyXP is unattended, once you choose the drive or
partition on which to install TinyXP.

Even on option nine, the product key is filled in for you on the
screen, you simply click next without having to type a key in.

All installations are set to US English.

When you boot from this CD you have the following options:

Choosing #1 at the main menu, gives you the following menu:

1 - TinyXP With IE/OE/WMP (With Added Driverpacks)
2 - TinyXP With IE/OE/WMP (Without Added Driverpacks)
3 - TinyXP Without IE/OE/WMP (With Added Driverpacks)
4 - TinyXP Without IE/OE/WMP (Without Added Driverpacks)
5 - TinyXP BARE With IE/OE/WMP (With Added Driverpacks)
6 - TinyXP BARE With IE/OE/WMP (Without Added Driverpacks)
7 - TinyXP BARE Without IE/OE/WMP (With Added Driverpacks)
8 - TinyXP BARE Without IE/OE/WMP (Without Added Driverpacks)
9 - TinyXP With Repair Option (Product Key Already Filled In)

Choosing #2 at the main menu, gives you the following menu:

1 - Acronis Backup + Restore (Safe For Vista)
2 - Damn Small Linux v4.3
3 - Hiren's BootCD v9.5
4 - SpinRite v6.0

Abbreviations from above:

IE ---> Internet Explorer
OE ---> Outlook Express
WMP ---> Windows Media Player

Installations 1 to 8 of TinyXP include the following items,
which are all automatically installed along with Windows:

Service Pack 3 Final (Build 5512)
All Hotfixes Up To May 2008
DirectX DLL Libraries (24 to 36)
Flash Player v9.0.124.0 (IE) - / - Plugin DLL v9.0.124.0 (Firefox/Opera)
Royale Theme (Options 1 to 4) - / - Classic Theme (Options 5 to

Here is a breakdown of the twelve options:

Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3:

For Microsoft fans...
Options 1, 2, 5 and 6 all include Internet Explorer Web Browser v6,
Outlook Express Email Client and Windows Media Player v9. These older
versions of Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player are what would
install with Windows XP by default. If you want to install the later
versions of these programs (Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Media
Player 11) its no problem, those installers are in the EXTRAS folder
on the CD to be applied after Options 1,2,5 or 6 have been installed.
The IE7 and WMP11 installers are silent (just double click the file
once to install) and they even install the post IE7 and WMP11
hotfixes! Windows XP is completely up to date and as Bill Gates

For people who don't like Microsoft programs...
Options 3, 4, 7 and 8 do not include Internet Explorer, Outlook Express
or Windows Media Player. Mozilla Firefox v3.0 is included to replace
Internet Explorer. There are no replacements in these options to Outlook
Express or Windows Media Player. You can just use your own programs like
Mozilla Thunderbird to replace Outlook Expess and Winamp/VLC/MPC to play
audio and video files.

For people who want the most features...
Options 1, 2, 3, and 4 are as full as this Windows XP could possibly be
made, while still fitting everything onto a 700Mb CD. You still have
System Restore, games, almost every single service. The only removed
services are removed because they are annoying, not to save space, all
functionality is still there. All services are set to their default
settings. This is the recommended installation, the first option,
because it is the most complete one - with added drivers too.

For people who want a smaller faster leaner BARE installation...
Options 5, 6, 7, and 8 are as stripped as Windows XP can be made without
losing vital functionality like local networking. Bear in mind that a
lot of components are removed from these options! For example, games,
themes, even Windows Firewall is removed. These BARE options still
support printers, scanners, cameras etc and these installations still
include MDAC, Jet Database, COM+. These are smaller installs but they
are still reasonably functional, 99% in fact!


Edited by invertor - 20-08-2008 at 19:07
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