Re: Has anyone integrated updates into vista yet?
It can be done. I haven't had a need to slipstream anything for Vista, yet.
Go get vLite v0.9 beta from www.vlite.net
Their utility helps you slipstream a Vista DVD with updates, SPs, drivers,
"Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> What I mean by integrate is just that, you know how in xp you can
> the service packs into the xp installation. I was asking to see if this
> possible yet with vista.
> "Just FYI" wrote:
>> Not sure what yo umean by "integrated updates". Use Automatic Updates is
>> turned on in Security Center, they'll download as they become available.
>> Every now and then, when you click the Start button, take a look at the
>> On/Off button at the bottom of the Start menu (kind looks like a 1 in a
>> If there's an exclamation point on it, that means there are updates
>> to be installed. Click the exclamation point.
>> To see what you have so far click the Start button type UP and click
>> Updates. You'll see optional updates. You can click View Update History
>> see what you've already gotten. I have about 40 or 50 of them. A lot of
>> are drivers.
>> "Emory Tech" <EmoryTech@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I know this can be done I was just wondering as to how to do this.