Windows Xp Pro INstallation stuck on 43%...please help

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its stuck on 43% copying the file mstscax.dll its been there for exactly 24 hours in about 45 minutes


please help..shoulld i stop and start or should i let it go


please please please help
 
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sec4allstar said:
its stuck on 43% copying the file mstscax.dll its been there for exactly 24 hours in about 45 minutes


please help..shoulld i stop and start or should i let it go


please please please help
You should stop the install, eject your CD, and clean it... if it can't copy the file, it's probably because your disk is dirty. i installed my system in like 2 hours. So, check your cd, if it's really dirty, or there are scratches, try downloading a new version(it will be legal, cause you already have an original, right?) or go to a friend, and ask him for his CD...
 
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If you have added new hardware you need to make sure your bios recognizes it correctly. Also make sure you have the right hardware installed for your PC. Check out the free videos where I cover all aspects of a BIOS and hardware installations. Sounds like the wrong memory.
http://videotech101.mindstrain.com/LR_video_index.html

The if you have time see the Honor Our Troops Free Video.
http://noflyzone.mindstrain.com/index.html

Hope This Helps
Sincerely Proud of Our Troops
Eddie Batista
Video Tech 101 Productions
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