Source file corrupted/data1.cab corrupt

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Bspfalcons

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Hello, I just recently formatted my hard drive and installed windows xp professional 64-bit and had no problem installing the automatic updates and all my drivers but then a couple restarts later after the installations i started receiving an error saying "The source file is corrupted" or "The cabinet file data1.cab is corrupt and cannot be used". I never had any problems like this on my windows xp home edition. Do you know how i might resolve this issue? :confused:

I have tried installing programs on different browsers, deleting all my temp files, and choosing a different download location.



Many thanks,



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daz1

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guess first question is why xp 64 bit its a) horrid b) not 32 bit xp home edition, did you do all the drivers? can mobo etc take a 64 bit driver for xp which is hugly out of date now? did you install sp1??
as you have disc you can attempt a repair and/or a file check start run type sfc /scannow or /scanonce so scans on boot

event viewer is in my opinion easier to use on xp than 7 so suggest look there also
 

Bspfalcons

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Hello daz, thanks for the reply
I had xp 64 bit laying around and i decided to use it to take advantage of more than 4gb of ram. I have all my drivers installed and i found drivers for my msi motherboard online. I have sp2 installed. I have already attempted a repair and have ran that scan a couple of times now to no avail. I tried using event viewer but I am not sure of what to be looking for, though i do see a whole lot of DCOM errors. Any other help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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if the dcom errors are the main one clcik the little paste tab and copy it back here

you may need to just rerinstall again as can take less time than faffing about trying to fix it
 
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