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By light98 ·
I am attempting to install Win2K on a system with an ASUS CUV4X-C motherboard P-III 866Mhz, 30 HDD, ATI Rage XL Video. When attempting to install a problem occurs during the coping files stage.(after partitioning stage) The error message states a file image is corrupt and setup cannot continue. The particular file is often different. Running from setup disks also yields an error executing file c_437.nl on disk 2. A simular problem occurs attempting to install WinNT 4.0. Win 98 installs fine. I've tried a new CD-Rom, HDD, new cables, new W2K disk, removing cards, changing bios settings and everything else I could think of. Any ideas? This problem looks like it's the same as posted and closed unsolved by barryh@provantagesoftware.com on 1/16/01

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by William Jay In reply to Win2K install problems

With those boards two things come to mind: ConcurrentPCI is good for operations but interferes with OS installation; the video card may be too much to start with ...

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by light98 In reply to Win2K install problems

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by yagar In reply to Win2K install problems

It is possible that when loading W2K it is not seeing the UDMA controller.

Connect the HD to the normal UDMA 33 controller Load W2K and the driver for the UDMA 100 controller, shut the computer down and swap the hard drive to the UDMA 100 controller.

If it is a CMD controller there is a procedure here

http://www.cmd.com/TechnicalSupport.cfm

That had a procedure for installing W2k

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by light98 In reply to Win2K install problems

I found out today it was the memory that had to swapped out. Thanks for trying to help though.

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