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Setup cannot copy files.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by icemallet, Feb 3, 2005.

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  1. icemallet

    icemallet Thread Starter

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    Ok, I was having some problems with my pc, like when I opened up a game it would crash and either go to my desktop or just reboot.
    I scanned my pc for viruses but nothing showed up, so I decided to reformat, win xp formats it but when it gets to the copying files part it says their are files missing.

    Here is the error:

    Setup cannot copy the file: sllbiop.dll
    To retry, press enter.

    If you are insatlling from a cd, make sure the windows xp cd is in the cd-rom drive.

    To skip the this file, press esc
    Caution: If you skip this file, setup may not complete and windows xp may nore work properly.

    To quit set up press F3

    I have tried skipping the files, but more missing files show up, so if anyone can give me a hand I will be thankful.

    Edit: Also I tried using differant cd-rom drives, but that didn't work.
     
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  3. kiwiguy

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    This can often be nothing more than a CD that needs cleaning. Warm soapy water, dry the CD disk with a lint-free cloth.

    It could indicate scratches or damage as well, but that should be plainly visible.

    It can also be a sympton of faulty RAM, as it is one of the few times that all RAM gets used, when installing a program or OS.
     
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