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LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Setup > XP install error "setup cannot copy the file driver.cab" In this case you may tend to lose many file which are present on your OS. Remove anything you can, sound, NICs and modems too, then try the OS install Oct 27, 2006 #16 alidabiri TS Rookie Posts: 441 tmagi is right. Oct 23, 2006 #1 bushwhacker TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 783 Um, your cd stratched? have a peek here

the whole stock had problems .. (they work with onestick bt the pc wont boot with 2 sticks) so i had a stick of 2gigs of that ram .. Please try the request again. a bad media in which the installation files of WinXP are stored, a CD/DVD. You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/50589-45-cannot-copy-driver

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Protect Your PC! Hi, The message you are receiving while trying to install Windows XP, means a lot and let me discuss some. Ram? Thank you and All the best..

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enjoy!!:-) Reply With Quote 17-07-201206:34 AM #8 saicharan Array Join Date Jul 2012 Posts 322 Re: What to do if I am seeing the following error message while installing XP operating YOu can use some softwares in the below link to read the scratched CD's http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/fix-unr...ds-in-windows/ Reply With Quote 10-09-201201:04 PM #12 mrinal09 Array Join Date Jul 2012 Location kolkata Posts 61 As the other guys says, the problem is probably bad RAM module (with those huge amount of errors). C.

Then just plug in and turn on your PC again. Have you tried installing other XP CD? do you mean? So, tun it in the Reliable Memory.

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It asked me to disable spysweeper so I did. http://blog.newpathnetwork.org/2013/03/drivercab-and-windows-xp-32-bit-driver-archive.html Similar Threads XP w/SP1 won't install, old XP will install Chris Murphy, Jul 17, 2003, in forum: Windows XP Setup Replies: 0 Views: 241 Chris Murphy Jul 17, 2003 XP w/SP1 Driver.cab Download copy the driver.cab to a cd or share on a network. Driver.cab File Windows Xp Reply With Quote 30-05-201201:55 PM #4 belide Array Join Date May 2012 Location Hyderabad Posts 610 Re: What to do if I am seeing the following error message while installing XP

Hii.. http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-windows-ip-configuration-an-internal-error-occurred.php It always says "NTLDR is missing, press CTRL ALT DEL to restart"... xp.jpg Hello friend.., ->I think it can be happened due to the either cd does not consists of all files better to use download correct xp os and install it. @GOOD Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area technical information: Stop:0x00000050 (0xF000EF8C, 0X00000000,X 0X80818B20 X 0X00000000) I really need your help guys..

Then you can install xp.. You can try removing one module at a time (assuming you have more than one memory module) and re-run the test on each, single one. By Unregistered in forum Windows Forum Replies: 27 Last Post: 15-07-2013, 06:30 AM How to stop getting this error message "Explorer has caused an error in COMCTL32.DLL. http://pdctoday.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-error-caused-by-device-driver.php if its yes, then you can have a failed ram module or some mobo problem or even damaged hdd but the main suspect is still the ram module regards Oct

Everytime I press F8, it just asks me what boot drive do I want to use.. It is best idea to fully reformat your hard drive and install the fresh version. They fixed it by removing the USB 2.0 or set their memory & CPU at 333, or removing the modem.

now i understand i need driver.cab to be able to set up a home internet network initially so i'm just wondering is there any other way i can get the file

But it seems that the problem got worse. you could manually override the copy first when it shows cannot copy give skip.then after the installation is complete.insert the CD again and search for a folder named I386.there youll find Use fresh copy image of windows xp 2. Or is it ok to skip this file?

It looks like this: What is most likely is that Windows XP did not install this driver on your computer and another installation requires it. I get an error message during install as follows. Fray32 Resolved HJT Threads 5 10-06-2011 03:54 AM Random/rare STOP0x1E Been fighting against this one for a while now and couldn't figure out the cause, especially since the crashes come and this contact form Every time I open the engineering software SolidWorks (SW) 2009, it terminates prematurely.

its the button you press during bootup when the screen says "Press ... This can happen because the Install CD is dirty/damaged or the NB has had more RAM installed that is not properly matched to what is already installed and you get a Download Driver.cab in RAR format Just download the file, uncompress it with WinRAR into a folder and point the installation dialog box to get the file from this folder. Oct 26, 2006 #11 Gars TS Booster Posts: 222 Can you tell us when the problems occur?

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Reply With Quote 04-12-201207:55 AM #18 swagota paira Array Join Date May 2012 Posts 399 Re: What to do if I am seeing the following error message while installing XP operating I encountered this twice, and on the third attempt, i skipped this step and proceeded with the installation process. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Any Unix, Windows or DOS system may be used to create a boot floppy or bootable CDROM.Click to expand...

Open the case up. 1: Look for a jumper pins named CMOS_RESET and if there's three of them in a row, just alternate them to the empty one for a few Thank you Reply With Quote 07-11-201203:37 PM #15 solution Array Join Date Sep 2012 Location MNCL Posts 260 Re: What to do if I am seeing the following error message while Everything is working in order.