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Im trying to install xp on a PII 274mhz, the cd was burnt with EZ cd creator 3.5b, under win98. i'll post the details in a sec.
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An error has been encountered that prevents setup from continuing.
one of the components windows needs to continue setup could not be installed. the parmenter is incorect.
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I encountered an error where a screen popped up and the file could not be found and I had to go into the system files of my old installation of XP to get it.

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When you burnt the disk did you do it "disc at once"? and if its looking for a file or it cant be found , if it gives you the option to find it try that.

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i did disk at once, i am going to try again with a disk burnt with nero, no option to try to find file.
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well the only other thing that I can think of being wrong are.....Your .iso file is corrupt, Try getting another .iso file and burning it.


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It was the iso dling new one now.
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If you burned the ISO image in Nero, and you got that ASMS error, then try another burner, since Nero is known to have problems with deep directories on the WinXP CD




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