Windows Server 2003 R2 won't install SP2

By chrissthatcher ·
I have a custom built pc that I use as a file server. It is currently running Windows Server 2003 R2, and I was going through the slow process of updating Windows when I ran into a problem while installing Service Pack 2.

It goes through most of the Software Update installation procedure, then stumbles consistantly on the file ""

I did a search for the file and located it in:

I decided that something may be blocking access to the folder, so I tried to copy the file to my desktop, but when I did that I got the error:

"cannot coppy sqlrun: Data Error (cyclic redundancy check).

This is a fresh install of Windows Server 2003 R2 and the only other software I have installed on the machine is Norton Antivirus CE (for the small memory print), and Sybot S&amp both programs are updated.

Is there some way I can get a non corrupted version of the file, or am I going to have to copy my 100 gigabytes of data across the network and try reinstalling? Any help would be much appreciated, I've been trying to self troubleshoot for a couple weeks now and can't figure it out.

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Problem Fixed!

by chrissthatcher In reply to Windows Server 2003 R2 wo ...

Okay sorry for what ended up being a stupid question. I did a search for the file on CD one of Server 2003 and it was found in the i386 folder. Once I coppied that to my hard drive and pointed the Service Pack 2 installer to the non corrupt file it installed perfectly.

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Windows Server 2003 R2 won't install SP2

by thuckstep In reply to Windows Server 2003 R2 wo ...

Wow! Am I glad to find this! We've been struggling to apply SP2 for weeks now, to no avail. I'll check into the issue and see if that fixes it.

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