Problems with installing IIS

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    bizzare_blue New Member

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    I recently installed .NET 2003 and when I tried to install IIS from Windows XP SP2 CD I get the follwoing error...[​IMG][/URL][/img]

    Although the CD has the mentioned file...the same kind of error continues for many a files...
    Plz help me in solvin the prob n installin IIS...
     
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    Dude the i386 is a directory and it will be avail.And in that directory u don't have that dll file..... :wink: understand :?: HERE AFTER POST THE PICTURE IN www.imageshack.us and just post link here and hepl out the dailup user. :cry:
     
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    I already mentioned the CD had the necessary files n that too in the i386 folder...
     
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    ya same problem

    do following if u r provideng cd and getting this problem then copy cd in drive and give this will solve
     
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    @suave_guy
    Thnx pal..I tried to solve the prob given in the link but the last step could not b done...It said that xpsp2 is not a recognized internal or external command...wat do I do now?
     
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    My prob hasnt been solved as yet...plz help me guys..
     
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    XPSP2 seems to be the name of Windows Xp Service Pack 2 installer file.
    in my case it was

    WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU.exe
     
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    Sry pal bt my prob could not b solved even wen I changed the command to
    WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU /integrate:c:\winxp

    My WinXP SP2 is an inbuilt one I mean i did not instal the SP2 seperately after installing the WinXP..

    What to do now?
     
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    sir ur cd has scratches try a new cd
     
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    sry...but there are no scratches n I tried doin the same usin another CD but to no avail...
     
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    Did you try manually locating the file using the browse button?
     
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