Setup Cannot Copy The File Xp Sp2
Drawing a torso with a head (using \draw) What is a satisfactory result of penetration testing assessment? go to: http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread8356.html. Got farther, but then did the same thing with another file. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. check over here
I decided to totally reformat that hard disk and reinstall Windows. But if it fails on different files that can also mean you have some bad RAM. Click Start, click Run, type mmc, and then click OK. 7. Created a copy of the CD and used it without a problem. "Phil Davidson" <> wrote in message news:02a601c347db$b7eb58d0$... > I had the same problem everytime I tried to install > http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/installing-windows-xp-cant-copy-certain-files.153348/
And after this I couldn't restart my computer, I would solve the problem with reinstalling XP again, but from this time it says it could not copy his files. With the Windows XP 64bit, have you installed and run it ok before? I never screw around with a balky drive, I just throw it away, and stuff in a new one. Reply With Quote November 2nd, 2007,02:27 PM #14 dangerxzone View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Nov 2007 Posts 1 Can't read file XXXX I have the same problem.
And when I tried to check the local policy settings, and clicked Account Policies, the system said there was an error in secedit.sdb. Today I was loading XP Pro from a slipstreamed disk for dual boot with W7. I am now up to the screen that is passed the WinXP splash screen and it is loading stuff. And if the Windows DVD is dirty, you have to clean it correctly.
Click "OK" when presented with "Repair" warning. Locate and then open the Drive:\WinDir folder. 3. Once with NTFS and then with fat32. you can borrow another CD drive to your friends, (just for a test) if it works,, then, your CD drive is the main cause.
To re-create the local Group Policy file, follow these steps: 1. http://www.hardwarecentral.com/showthread.php?162130-Cannot-copy-files-on-XP-install Bad RAM can cause errors like that while installing XP as well. i.e. Not is that the only output.
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b. Any ideas? a. http://stevemattley.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-sp2-cab.html Installing Ubuntu will overwrite Windows on your 'C' drive, so it's worth trying as it's free, and only takes 20 minutes to do.
The common > denominator for me was the all the pc's with issues had > LG electronics cd,cd/rw,and dvd roms in them which for > some reason cannot read the cd I have always learned ;'the hard way' with computers and the discovery that I could insert files by just switching between XP disks during an install was quite a surprise to At the command prompt, type cd winxp, and then press ENTER.
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I hope that this will help you. It installed OK, but now it won't allow me to log in because it's asking me to activate Windows first, and it can't connect to the Net for some reason. Memory, CD, optical drive in use and/or connection between optical drive and mobo may be defective... "I know nothing." Cheers. I've just got a blue screen now.
Can I skip the installation of this file or is it vital? Last edited: Jun 16, 2016 Jun 16, 2016 #18 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics XP can't copy/move some files Jul 24, I was able to verify that the files were indeed on the CD and could be read by other computers, so the "not found" message didn't make any sense. have a peek at these guys uSoft took "Photo Editor" out of the standard Win XP...
I tried all the following fixes but still get the error :1. 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 press Enter.) Run esentutl /p %windir%\security\database\secedit.sdb and press Enter. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?
c. Locate and then click the OldSecurity folder.