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Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1

How to Slipstream Office 2010 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)
Published by Brink
01 Jul 2011
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How to Slipstream Office 2010 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)


information   Information
By default the Office 2010 RTM installation DVD can be installed on both the 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) Windows.

This will show you how to slipstream Office 2010 and both the 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) Service Pack 1 (SP1) to be able to create a Office 2010 with SP1 installation DVD or USB that will also install on either a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows.

You will need to be logged in as an administrator to be able to do this tutorial.

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Here's What You Need





OPTION ONE
If you have a Office 2010 RTM Installation DVD

NOTE: You would want to use this option if your Office 2010 RTM installation DVD includes both installers for the 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) version of the Office 2010 suite.
1. Download and save both the Office 2010 Service Pack 1 32-Bit (x86) and Office 2010 Service Pack 1 64-Bit (x64) exe files to your desktop.

2. Insert your Office 2010 RTM installation DVD into the DVD drive. Open the Computer window (Start Menu -> Computer), right click on the Office DVD drive, click on Copy, then right click on your desktop and click on Paste. When finished, you can remove the Office 2010 RTM installation DVD from the DVD drive. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: For example, this created a OFFICE14 folder on my desktop with the contents of the Office 2010 RTM installation DVD in it.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step1.jpg
3. Open a command prompt, copy and paste the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: This will extract the contents of the 32-bit Service Pack 1 exe file into a sp1-32 folder on your desktop.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x86-fullfile-en-us.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\sp1-32
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4. If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes (Windows 7) or Continue (Vista).

5. Check the accept EULA box, and click on Continue. (see screenshot below)
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step3.jpg
6. When finished extracting, click on OK. (see screenshots below)
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7. In the same command prompt from step 3, copy and paste the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: This will extract the contents of the 64-bit Service Pack 1 exe file into a sp1-64 folder on your desktop.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x64-fullfile-en-us.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\sp1-64
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8. Repeat steps 4-6, close the command prompt, then continue on to step 9.

9. Open the sp1-32 folder on the desktop, select all files, right click on them, click on Copy, then close the sp1-32 folder. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: Only copy the contents inside the sp1-32 folder, and not the sp1-32 folder itself.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step6.jpg
10. Open the OFFICE14 (name may vary for you) folder on the desktop from step 2, open the x86 folder, open the Updates folder, right click on a empty area, and click on Paste. (see screenshots below)
NOTE: This is to copy the contents inside the sp1-32 folder into the OFFICE14\x86\Updates folder on the desktop.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step7a.jpg

Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step7b.jpg
11. Open the sp1-64 folder on the desktop, select all files, right click on them, click on Copy, then close the sp1-64 folder. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: Only copy the contents inside the sp1-64 folder, and not the sp1-64 folder itself.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step9.jpg
12. Open the OFFICE14 (name may vary for you) folder on the desktop from step 2, open the x64 folder, open the Updates folder, right click on a empty area, and click on Paste. (see screenshots below)
NOTE: This is to copy the contents inside the sp1-64 folder into the OFFICE14\x64\Updates folder on the desktop.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step10a.jpg

Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-step10b.jpg
13. You can now copy the contents inside the OFFICE14 (name may vary for you) folder on the desktop from step 2 to a blank DVD or USB flash key. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: Only copy/burn the contents inside the OFFICE14 folder, and not the OFFICE14 folder itself.
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14. You now have a Office 2010 with SP1 installation DVD or USB.



OPTION TWO
If you have a Office 2010 EXE File

NOTE: You would want to use this option if you have a Office 2010 EXE file to install only either the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) version of the Office 2010 suite.
1. If you have a 32-bit (x86) Office 2010 EXE Installation File
A) Copy the Office 2010 exe file to your desktop.

B) Download and save the Office 2010 Service Pack 1 32-Bit (x86) exe file to your desktop.

C) Open a command prompt, copy and paste the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: This will extract the contents of the 32-bit Service Pack 1 exe file into a sp1-32 folder on your desktop.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x86-fullfile-en-us.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\sp1-32
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D) If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes (Windows 7) or Continue (Vista).


E) Check the accept EULA box, and click on Continue. (see screenshot below)
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F) When finished extracting, click on OK. (see screenshots below)
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G) Go to step 3.
2. If you have a 64-bit (x64) Office 2010 EXE Installation File
A) Copy the Office 2010 exe file to your desktop.

B) Download and save the Office 2010 Service Pack 1 64-Bit (x64) exe file to your desktop.

C) Open a command prompt, copy and paste the command below into the command prompt, and press Enter. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: This will extract the contents of the 64-bit Service Pack 1 exe file into a sp1-64 folder on your desktop.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\officesuite2010sp1-kb2460049-x64-fullfile-en-us.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\sp1-64
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D) Repeat steps 1D to 1F.
E) Continue on to step 3.
3. In the same command prompt from step 1 or 2, type the command below into the command prompt for your Office 2010 EXE installation file, and press Enter.
NOTE: Substitute File-Name in the command below with the actual name of the Office 2010 EXE file including the .exe file extension. This will extract the contents of the Office 2010 EXE installation file into a Office folder on your desktop.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\File-Name.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\Office
For example:
If my Office 2010 EXE file was named en_office_professional_plus_2010_x64_515489.exe, I would type this command below and press enter.
Code:
%userprofile%\Desktop\en_office_professional_plus_2010_x64_515489.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\Office
4. If prompted by UAC, then click on Yes (Windows 7) or Continue (Vista).

5. When it's finished extracting the Office 2010 EXE file, click on OK, and close the command prompt. (see screenshots below)
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6. Open either the sp1-32 or sp1-64 folder on the desktop, select all files, right click on them, click on Copy, then close the folder. (see screenshots below)
NOTE: Only copy the contents inside the folder, and not the folder itself.
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7. Open the Office folder on the desktop from step 3, open the Updates folder, right click on a empty area, and click on Paste. (see screenshots below)
NOTE: This is to copy the contents inside either the sp1-32 or sp1-64 folder into the Office\Updates folder on the desktop.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-exe-4.jpg

Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-exe-5.jpg
8. You can now copy the contents inside the Office folder on the desktop to a blank DVD or USB flash key. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: Only copy/burn the contents inside the Office folder, and not the Office folder itself.
Office 2010 - Slipstream with Service Pack 1-exe-3.jpg
9. You now have a Office 2010 with SP1 installation DVD or USB
That's it,
Shawn






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02 Jul 2011   #1
Golden

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult. x64 Windows 8.1 x64 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Tri-Boot
 
 

Nice Brink. Is this still workable if you don't have an actual DVD? For example, I have a single executable (x16-32250.exe). If I run that, it installs MsOffice for me.

So, how do I integrate the SP1.exe and the x16-32250.exe? Presumably but burning a bootable DVD with these?

Regards,
Golden

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02 Jul 2011   #2
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Hello Golden,

You would use the same type of command as in step 3 and 7 in the tutorial to extract your x16-32250.exe file, but using the x16-32250.exe file name instead.

%userprofile%\Desktop\x16-32250.exe /extract:%userprofile%\Desktop\Office


Is the exe for both 32-bit and 64-bit, or just one of them?

If just one, then you will only have the Updates folder, and not a x86 or x64 folder in the Office folder once extracted. Plus, you would only add the one 32-bit or 64-bit that the exe is for in the Updates folder.

Hope this helps.
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02 Jul 2011   #3
Golden

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult. x64 Windows 8.1 x64 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Tri-Boot
 
 

Cheers Brink - yes, I only have the x86 so its only the Update folder.

Thanks,
Golden
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02 Jul 2011   #4
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

You're welcome.

That, and you would only add the extracted 32-bit service pack sp1-32 folder contents into the Updates folder, and skip the 64-bit one.
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02 Jul 2011   #5
G1LLY

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Good guide, I saw you changed my link in the SP1 thread with this
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02 Jul 2011   #6
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Thank you Gilly.

LOL, yeah, in house tutorial links are always best since we can make sure they stay updated.
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02 Jul 2011   #7
bagavan

Windows 8 Professional x64
 
 

My disc has only 32 bit editions..will it work?
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02 Jul 2011   #8
Golden

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult. x64 Windows 8.1 x64 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Tri-Boot
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bagavan View Post
My disc has only 32 bit editions..will it work?
Yep - it works.
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02 Jul 2011   #9
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Updated the tutorial to include OPTION TWO for when you have either a 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) Office 2010 EXE installation file instead of a Office 2010 installation DVD.
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