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How to slipstream customization to Windows XP setup disc?

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I want to slipstream visual style, logon screen, boot screen, and wallpaper. But what I doing first?

And I want to slipstream Firefox or Chrome and Winamp to XP disc, how to slipstream them? Because I have concerning to removing Internet Explorer from XP disc (Internet Explorer Core still available).

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