Setup Cannot Copy The File Dll
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Interestingly, I have performed numerous installs previously with no problem. Generated Fri, 11 Nov 2016 00:12:25 GMT by s_fl369 (squid/3.5.20) Connect with us facebook twitter CNET Reviews Top Categories CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Last edited: Jun 15, 2016 May 27, 2016 #15 szemmel TS Rookie I have the same problem, I tried to install XP with various CD-s and versions, but it didn't work. check over here
c:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 Now I downloaded the service pack through Windows Update so I don't have the CD. Do you have another Windows XP CD you could try? After a while it said that it's not enough memory, so I changed the values for the Virtual Memory. Did the PC have XP 64 bit installed on it in the first place? (Before you embarked on your, "grand experiment" with Windows 10)? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/installing-windows-xp-cant-copy-certain-files.153348/
Installation of IIS component(s) should complete normally. You receive 'Error 1718. I decided to go with the scorched-earth approach and re-partition and re-format the HD (Maxtor 80GB) and reinstall the OS.
Thanx! If you are not a registered user on Windows IT Pro, click Register. My first tentative to reinstall windows worked, then I tried to run a virus test (with eset online). Mattura Sander Sassen Dec 31, 2004, 05:53am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: "setup cannot copy file" error when installing windows
No one on Earth seems to know this but you and I thank you for the info. Tks for any info ! Looking to get things done in web development? Email Fun Internet Not Otherwise Classified Rant Scripting Tidbits Unix Setup cannot copy the file… Filed under: Not Otherwise Classified — 11 Comments December 27, 2010 Recently while installing a network
I'm reinstalling because my windows broke down and it kept restarting after the loading screen, i tried many fixes too and the last choice was to reinstall it. Exactly THIS issue was one of the sources to why I couldn't install a fresh driver, on top of all the other stuff. Perhaps it was wrong. Sep 15, 2010 #4 techsuitor TS Rookie Posts: 131 first, try what gbhall recommended.
Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... check my blog Advertisement Related ArticlesWhy do I receive a file-copy error when I perform an in-place upgrade of Windows Server 2003? 7 JSI Tip 7558. I suspected the XP disc, but it was kept in its sleeve, like new. It worked fine.
but after alot of testing and crap all I did to fix it was put in my trusty ultimate boot cd and go to hard drive tools ..selected my drive and Well, 2 questions. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: * Remember http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-sp2-cab.html Why not read it up ?
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Was the 32 bit XP install done with the same DVD drive as the the 64 bit version? Its free. Open a command prompt (click Start, Run, and then type "cmd". Glad the post was helpful.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Next I took out my new HDD and put it in another machine, Installed XP with No Problem. Gets to 100% nicely. have a peek at these guys I suspect that the hard drive on your machine is overdue for replacement if it is the original one and the CD rom drive too.
Integrity check successful. Can anyone help me?Thanks Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: 'Setup cannot copy the file' while installing Windows XP SP2 The posting of advertisements, profanity, or And if the Windows DVD is dirty, you have to clean it correctly. If you have another drive try and use that.
And that might even be the source of the troubles you experienced.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Thanks by Jacky Boen / June 9, 2007 3:19 AM PDT Navigate to the \%windir%\security folder by typing cd %windir%\security Remove the edb0000x.log file by typing del edb0000*.log You'll then be able to perform the in-place upgrade. In my situation I bought a new Motherboard, New HDD, New Processor and New RAM. Sander Sassen Editor in Chief - Hardware Analysis [email protected] Dajut Osechki Dec 31, 2004, 06:50am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re:
dBforumsoffers community insight on everything from ASP to Oracle, and get the latest news from Data Center Knowledge. bossa ritchie Jan 10, 2005, 02:05pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: "setup cannot copy file" error when installing windows XPThis If the original installation did not have SP3, and SP3 was subsequently installed, then the ServicePackFiles folder holds the SP3 versions of install files (possibly including staxmem.dll). I removed it and was able to format the partition and install the OS fine.
I gave up months ago, but today I have been in a few forums and most people have suggested I do a memory test (http://www.memtest86.com). Also, since the utility cannot tell you which module, or possibly slot, is bad (for reasons also explained on the site) I still had some work to do. The files exist in both C:\windows\system32 and C:\windows\servicepackfiles\i386 and the sizes, dates and version numbers are identical (for the files I've checked). –ChrisF Jul 11 '09 at 17:28 So Dont touch it !
Unfortunatley XP does not let you do this, and there are no similar instructions... My Medion desktop running XP is maybe fourteen years old. I'm out of ideas, someone help me.. All permissions were set properly.
QGIS Print composer scale problems Can I substitute decaf coffee for espresso How to capture disk usage percentage of a partition as an integer? You could also lay waste to anything potentially harmful on the drive with, "Darik's Boot and Nuke" :http://www.dban.org/download Here's a couple of prior threads about it: http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/wipe-hard-drive-dariks-boot-and-nuke.132670/ http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dariks-boot-and-nuke-or-another-software.213559/ @baaz2004 also has Can your PC run 64 bit XP? It's easy to believe you have installed XP whereas you have only just started.