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Thread: Several files missing during Win XP pro installation

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    Several files missing during Win XP pro installation

    Hi,

    During the installation I get the message :
    setup cannot copy the file storprop.dll from your Win XP CD.

    And the same goes for several other files : es1370mp.sys, ksuser.dll, ksproxy.ax,... etc.

    What could be the reason ? I use an official WIN XP Professional CD. So it's not an illegal copy.

    Thank you for helping me.

    Sjansbuzze

    Those are the names of the missing files :
    If someone wants to mail them to me, that would be great too :
    storprop.dll, es1370mp.sys, ksuser.dll, ksproxy.ax, drmk.sys, portcls.sys, dimaint.sys, diwan.sys, diapi2.sys, dspcli.bin, ditrace.exe, diapi2.dll, diapi2nt.dll, diapi232.dll, divaci.dll, divasu.dll, divaprop.dll, apg440.sys, usbvi.dll, elnk3.sys, splitter.sys, aec.sys, swmidi.sys, dmusic.sys, mskssrv.sys, mspclock.sys, sysaudio.sys, kmixer.sys, wdmaud.sys, mspqm.sys, drmkaud.sys, dimaint.sys, dspcli.bin, ditrace.exe, rdpdr.sys and termdd.sys !!!

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    WinXP is too new for me. I'd get MS on the horn and get an answer. Have you tried Microsoft's support website?

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    Did you check the cd to make sure it wasnt smugged or scratched???

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    Hi pretty sure there is nothing wrong with the CD. I tried with another one : same problem.
    I was wondering if someone else had this problem ?

    Someone told me that I need to upgrade my BIOS. Unfortunately the website of my MB supplier "A-trend" is no longer available. http://www.a-trend.com.tw/

    Thank you for any help.
    Sjansbuzze

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