A simple W2K slipstream question

JJ

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Hi,

All I need to know is this:

If you slipstream SP4 into Windows 2000 and then install it, how big is the
resulting WINNT directory?

To the nearest 10 megabytes... or heck, even 100!!

Thanks,

JJ
 
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Actually it will be not much bigger, A service pack mainly replaces existing files. I guess it will be not much more then 10 MB larger, depending on what your start OS sp level was, did have SP3 slipstreamed in it?



"jj" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> All I need to know is this:
>
> If you slipstream SP4 into Windows 2000 and then install it, how big is the
> resulting WINNT directory?
>
> To the nearest 10 megabytes... or heck, even 100!!
>
> Thanks,
>
> JJ
>
>
>
 
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I installed Win2K Pro SP4 Slipstreamed in January 2004.
According to my saved records, the size of C:\WINNT after
a few weeks (and after installing NIS2004 Pro) was 680 MB
(732 MB Size on disk). Today it is 704 MB (757 MB on disk).

>-----Original Message-----
>Actually it will be not much bigger, A service pack
mainly replaces existing files. I guess it will be not
much more then 10 MB larger, depending on what your start
OS sp level was, did have SP3 slipstreamed in it?
>
>
>
>"jj" wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> All I need to know is this:
>>
>> If you slipstream SP4 into Windows 2000 and then
install it, how big is the
>> resulting WINNT directory?
>>
>> To the nearest 10 megabytes... or heck, even 100!!
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> JJ
>>
>>
>>
>.
>