1. Make a folder on your C: drive. Name it the same as that of your CDROM. Ex: W2PSEL_EN
2. Copy the Windows 2000 CD to the folder.
3. Download Service Pack 1 from here: http://download.microsoft.com/download/win2000platform/SP/SP1/NT5/EN-US/sp1network.exe
3. When download is done copy sp1network.exe to your C: drive.
Do a Start/run/C:\sp1network.exe -X:C:\SP1
Click OK at the screen where it displays "C:\SP1"
When it's done extracting click OK.
Do a Start/Run/C:\SP1\i386\update\update.exe -s:C:\W2PSEL_EN
When it's done it will say "Integrated install has completed successfully". Click OK.
If it does not say this then you have done something wrong.
5. Download CDRWIN from www.goldenhawk.com.
6. Get the CD-ROM boot sector and CD Marker files from here: http://www.angelfire.com/de2/w2kcd/neededfiles.zip
7. Place the appropriate files from neededfiles.zip into the root directory of W2PSEL_EN.
Place CDROM_NT.5 into the root of the CD.
CDROM_IP.5 - If you are doing 2000 PRO then place this into the root.
CDROM_IS.5 - If you are doing 2000 SERVER then place this into the root.
CDROM_IA.5 - If you are doing 2000 ADVANCED SERVER then place this into the root.
8. The root of the directory should now contain only these files:
9. Open CDRWIN and choose the File Backup and Tools option
10. In the BACKUP/TOOL Operation Choose the Build an ISO9660 Image File
11. in FILE BACKUP List click the DIRECTORY button and choose the directory where you copied the
Windows 2000 CD. Click OK. Then click the ADD button. You should see the directory in the big box now.
12. Check the INCLUDE HIDDEN FILES,LONG FILENAMES(JOLIET),INCLUDE SYSTEM FILES,RECURSE SUBDIRECTORIES. Uncheck PRESERVE FULL FILE NAMES.
13. For IMAGE FILENAME click the three dots at the right and choose a directory and a filename. Then
click Save. You should see the pathname and the filename of your .ISO in the box.
14. Check the DISABLE VERSION NUMBERS box.
15. Click the ADVANCED OPTIONS button.
16. For Volume Label use the name of the original Windows 2000 CD. Ex: W2PSEL_EN
For Volume Set Name use the bame of the original Windows 2000 CD
Publisher Name: MICROSOFT CORPORATION
PREPARER NAME: MICROSOFT CORPORATION, ONE MICROSOFT WAY, REDMOND WA 98052, (206) 882-8080
17. Choose the BOOTABLE DISC tab.
18. Check the MAKE BOOTABLE DISC box.
19. For MEDIA EMULATION CHOOSE Custom
20. For Image File name use the boot.bin from the neededfiles.zip.
21. For DEVELOPER NAME use MICROSOFT CORPORATION
22. For Load Sector Count use the number 4.
23. Click OK and then START.
24. When it's done open up any CDR burning program that supports .ISO's to burn your IMAGE to CD.