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Best way to slipstream Win7 Service Pack


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After doing a bit of goggling, I found a site that explains how to slipstream Win7's SP1, painstakingly w/out relying on the freeware app - RT Seven Lite. I can't find an open source equivalent for Win7 or Linux, except for Unetbootin. I have no experience setting up a bootable USB for Windows7 using either Unetbootin or RT-7. But, I think it's possible to dump my student copy of the Win7 installation CD onto my HD and apply the service pack by mounting it on Win7 VM. Can anyone find an alternative to RT Seven? Whats the best( hak5) method?

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