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HFSLIP is an open source utility designed to update a Windows 2000, XP or 2003 installation source with the latest hotfixes.
Each hotfix executable (containing a full and complete installation of the hotfix) is uploaded in it’s own slipstreamed.exe file.
No extra files are added or modified.
All original files are preserved and replaced only with the newer hotfix binaries.
Each of the hotfixes is uploaded in a single.exe file, followed by a signature and version number, the later being used to identify the particular hotfix.


To exclude a specific service pack from the list of installed hotfixes, you need to use an EXE file instead of PXE_TARGET. For example, if you want to exclude the Update for Windows Server 2003 SP2:
EXCLUDE_KEYS=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2


Exclude list
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\MUI\PXE boot files\{D6698F0C-D5C6-4FB8-A15A-C31E20CE46C2}\Exclude
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\MUI\PXE boot files\{D6698F0C-D5C6-4FB8-A15A-C31E20CE46C2}\Exclude\{92013681-3F5D-4627-9DA4-DF6F40C0B1C2}
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\MUI\PXE boot files\{D6698F0C-D5C6-4FB8-A15A-C31E20CE46C2}\Exclude\{92013681-3F5D-4627-9DA4-DF6F40C0B1C2}\{B8

HFSLIP With Serial Key

A Windows XP and 2003 slipstreaming utility
Safe and easy to use
Will not mess with your original files
Updates your PC at the speed of light
Will slip-stream your drivers
Keeps your information updated
Generates scripts to do the “hacks” in non GUI settings.

“HFSLIP” is free for both private and commercial usage. It does not require registering to download or use.

You are welcome to use HFSLIP at your own risk. We do not recommend it for production environments because it will overwrite original files. It also requires registry hacking.

If you have any questions or comments on HFSLIP, please let us know!Q:

Is it possible to remote view a GPU or accelerated display in Windows?

As the title, is it possible to view a 3D GPU or accelerated display on another Windows system, say Windows 7 or Windows 8?
My reasoning: A good friend has a Macbook Pro with a non-accelerated GPU and I am wondering if there is a 3D acceleration display widget available for Windows 7.
I know it’s possible to remote view a monitor/HDMI to another system running Windows, so my hope is the trick is to remote the display sent to a GPU somehow.


Assuming you’re talking about Remote Desktop (RDP) this can be done.
Right click on the machine with the display you want to see and select “View”. It will show a selection box for “Resolution, Color”. Select the one that is closest to the display you want to see and you should be good to go.

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HFSLIP Installation:

4. It should be made as the default unattended installation option in the next version of Windows XP, but if not, you can set it manually.
5. It should be as automatic as possible, avoid having to choose this option manually or check a checkbox at the end of Windows setup. But it’s something that must be put in the right place – the options you see during setup are not a good place because many people just click away when they see them.

Originally posted by dmc Keep in mind that you can only 1. use HFSLIP, or 2. download the latest updates from the MS website. You can’t do both.

Indeed HFSLIP can only be used for the update of the hotfix files, but the current version 1.1.24 supports the following folders:
The Windows 2000 sp3 hotfixes can be found in the folder C:\Program Files\Windows Update\*.
The Windows XP/2003 sp2/sp3 hotfixes can be found in the folder C:\Program Files\Windows Update\*.
The Windows Server 2003 sp3 hotfixes can be found in the folder C:\Program Files\Windows Update\*.
Also the 2003/XP/Server2003sp1/sp2 hotfixes can be found in the folder C:\Program Files\Windows Update\*.

Please note that the folder locations above are fixed, if you dont use the latest sp2 hotfix you will only see the folder with the sp1 hotfix – even when you use the latest winupd.exe.

I’ve just noticed that there is a registry key on my box:
“SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WindowsUpdateEnablement”
set to 1. I’m going to ask my SysAdmin to add.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 to my Windows Update uninstall list.

I must admit though, I don’t think the WinUpdate group does a very good job at explaining how the system works. I had to take an hour or so to figure out how to get it working in Win2003 SP1.

Indeed HFSLIP can only be used for the update of the hotfix files, but

What’s New in the?

What is slipstreaming?
Slipstreaming is the practice of replacing the original files in an installation media with the files from a new installation. These files include files installed with Windows Installer, Windows fonts, registry settings, startup entries, folder/file locations, and more.
– Target: Windows 2000, XP and 2003
– Support: All fully supported hotfixes
– Binary (Not VLK): All binaries are being loaded directly (no longer requires VLK utilities)
– Standard: Slipstreaming all the fully supported hotfixes and other common updates in one operation
– Package (VSLI): If an update is not fully supported, it’s integrated instead (if it’s not included in the target version)
– Stable: Stable releases are slipstreamed, but with the option to choose the date/time that the slipstream should be applied
– Stand-alone: Allows you to slipstream any user selected package
– Cost efficient: Even though all the files are upgraded, the installation media remains unchanged
– Simplified: No more UBCD tools required
After downloading the compressed archive, extract it using WinRAR, 7Zip or some other compression program.
Unpack the Slipstreaming folder, and double-click the ‘RunThis.bat’ script to run HFSLIP. You may be prompted to allow HFSLIP to make changes to the following folders:
– \Windows\Original-SVCPACK
– \Windows\Original-SYSPREP
– \Windows\Original-DATAPATH
– \Windows\Original-MMS
– \Windows\Original-REP
– \Windows\Original-SPL
– \Windows\Original-REPORTERS
– \Windows\Original-SVCDB
– \Windows\Original-SVCBIN
– \Windows\Original-SVCEXE
– \Windows\Original-WUUI
Start Windows Setup
– From this point on, the installation may follow any standard installation process.
Important Notes
– If not received as an ISO, blank discs must be inserted during Windows Setup.
– All files are being loaded and updated in the same order as they are in the original installation media (for more info, check out the example screenshots in the HFSLIP Help).
– Windows XP cannot be installed using HFSLIP.
– Any installation media of any version is completely safe to

System Requirements For HFSLIP:

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