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SweetMaryJ

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:confused: I am installing Windows 2000 and came up with an error - mraid35x.sys
is corrupt. Any suggestions?

I formated the C: drive in DOS because it wouldn't install from Windows. The computer kept freezing up during the installation. I tried to force NT to be installed thinking I could upgrade from that, now when I go to install 98se or 2000 it keeps saying that it needs 7-----kb and freezes half way through the error message, after it runs the first scan disk. It also has a message about the DOS version being too low. I have been troublshooting this for way too long now and need some assistance, please help! :confused:
 
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<>it needs 7-----kb <> ????????

Take your W2K install CD and with it remove all partitions it sees, then creat a partition and then format and install W2K
 
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It will be in the first few screens of the install. The will be an option to use existing, or delete. Read the screens carefully, you see it.
 

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It freezes now before I even get the install screen anymore. I am installing with no operating system on it at all. Now it freezes when it says its doing a scan disk something to do with the DOS version is out of date. I will try to install again, you'll see me back here today ... hehe ... thanks MFD!
 
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