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Pav View Public Profile Send a private message to Pav Find More Posts by Pav 05-24-2012, 04:24 AM #14 wookie606 Telecaster Fetish Join Date: Jun 2009 Location: North I really need to get my machine up and running again. The funny part is I just bought the set of PC and everything seems falling apart already. But yeah, once again thanks for your blog, saved me a lot of headache :) Reply Zero Signal June 7, 2011 at 21:09 To anyone viewing this thread, check out Poul's check over here

AddLineNumbers.awk Quote of theDay Using Two Network Connections Simultaneously onWindows Informative Error Message Format Drive C: Setup cannot copy the file… Can't Open Links InOutlook Adobe Acrobat Command LineOptions Older (but Hello and welcome to PC Review. On very rare occasions the CD drive or installation CD is the problem, but you seem to have eliminated this possibility. is it an OEM DVD or a burned copy? http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/windows-xp-pro-setup-setup-cannot-copy-file-s.3774394/

Any more help? I think almost 6 months, starting from August. If you were able to at least finish with a partial installation, I'd say just boot it up and let Windows patch itself, but it seems like you're either missing files Everything is fine until > it > gets to "SETUP IS COPING FILE" stage, usually at 11% of the process, and > it > just quit coping with complaint: "Setup cannot

So it can be the CD or the CD burner the problem? I pulled my Crucial ram and put in a cheap stick of kingston and it got a bit further in the process but still did the same thing. I want to eliminate hard drives being at fault. Are you installing from a manufacturer disc, or some kind of burned copy/flash drive or something?

The install worked. That being said, if you don't have a license you should buy an actual copy of Windows. Morgan, Mar 26, 2009 #4 Terry R. you may have to limit to 512 to do install and then add more memory after setup.

Eventually I happened upon the following line in the setupapi.log file. #-175 SPFILENOTIFY_COPYERROR: Source = "\\MyNetworkShare\hp_cp3525x\hp color laserje\drivers\i386(32 bit - 2000_xp_s2003_vista)\pcl6\hpcp3525.CF_", Target = "C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\hewlett_packardhp_cof94c\hpcp3525.CFG", Flags = 0x00000000, Error = 0x0000001e. Good luck, Terry R. -- Anti-spam measures are included in my email address. Would this cause problems because it is so small? Windows XP Installation Started by Machinery , Jan 08 2011 10:56 AM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 Machinery Machinery Members 87 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male

need some help desparately!! im still getting messages saying 'cannot copy dvdplay.exe' for example. I tried many times to create a customized version but it never worked properly. Somebody please, tell me what might be the > cause and the possible solution to the problem. > > Thank you.

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Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search xp installation prob..cannot copy files! The only things that were not replaced were the optical drives and the ram. Somebody please, tell me what might be the > cause and the possible solution to the problem. > > Thank you. this content Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

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Everything is fine until it > gets to "SETUP IS COPING FILE" stage, usually at 11% of the process, and it > just quit coping with complaint: "Setup cannot copy the Does the same thing and cannot copy: digiras.chm I will try again with the other drive by itself. I figured if I had no errors I could rule it out as the problem but everything seems to point directly at the ram as the culprit. i also tried to install with and other WinXP CD to be certain the problem wasn't from the WinXP installation CD but still not copy.

Any idea why its stil not working?I just made a new cd. This scenario was consistent on Windows XP (32-bit) machines but not on Win 7 64-bit machines. Several functions may not work. have a peek at these guys Join Date: Apr 2012 Location: Toledo, OH Posts: 2,176 Thanked: 0 Feedback Score: 1 reviews Yep, that's definitely a bad ISO.

The time now is 11:11 AM. The time now is 11:11 AM. Before I got a Retail version of windows xp I was using an OEM cd and having the same problems, but some of my buddy's to whom i recommended nlite, tweaked It helped me to solve this problem easily.

cannot copy file Chris, Mar 14, 2004, in forum: Windows XP General Replies: 3 Views: 6,994 Guest Mar 14, 2004 setup cannot copy the file plylst9.wpl andrew, Jan 12, 2005, in I had the same problem before, when I wanted to install XP, it said can not copy some files, but my CD was good, it worked in another machine immaculately. Yep, I have reset the CMOS a couple of times and then bumped the ram voltage back to 2.8. When I look into System after finishing the installation a lot of things like media codecs and battery are not properly intalled.

Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Subscription Back Subscription Orders Manage So, please try to set lower the CPU bus speed and so try install XP. i just cannot understand why all of a sudden i am unable to reinstall xp...ive got exactly the same hardware now as i did when i first installed it successfully!! I thought the OS (WinXP) might be currupt so, I decide to format the hard drive and reload WinXP.

Thanks again for taking the time to post your findings. I made a list of files: Quote: cinemest2.sys cpqdap01.sys cyycoins.chm cyzcoins.chm digiras.chm dvdplay.exe kodak.dc.icm mdwmdmsp.dll nikedrv.sys rio8drv.sys riodrv.sys spnike.dll sprio600.dll sprio800.dll srgb.icm streamci.dll tosdvd.sys tsbvcap.sys etc... Somebody please, tell me what might be the > >cause and the possible solution to the problem. > > It sounds like the installation media is damaged, are there scratches on Reply MarkB August 15, 2011 at 9:33 Great info ZS, helped me out big time with a client today!

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