Hi AllI'm wanting to do a sfc but for some reason its asking me to insert the disk all the time"Insert your XP Professional Service Pack CD Now"Followed the method below, still a bit confused.click herecheck my regedit outclick hereCheersRob
Have a look here see if it helps.click here
Cheers Ile keep you informed.
It seems you may have a corrupted file, which is why it asking for the CD, and I presume the reason you want to run SFC.You need the CD to enable any programs that need to be repaired, which if you bought a machine without a full version of XP, you have a problem.You could try chkdsk /f which would check your Hard drive for errors.can you explain what is the problem?Terry
if preinstalled XP with recovery disk or no disks then here should be an i386 folder either on c:\ or c:\windows.Use the info in the link provided by buteman to point sfc to the folder.
Hi All,Terry:When I run the sfc /scannow its telling me "Files that are required for Windows to Run Properly must be copied to the DLL Cache.Insert the XP Professional SP3 CD NowFruitbat:Its a retail copy I brought,I copied the i386 folder to drive C as in the link:And changed the path to C:\ as in regedit:See: click here
reboot and retry
SP3 is the problem.. You need a slipstreamed XP CD which will include SP3 on it.
Fruit BatNope its having other ideas still the same error.
shouldn't be SP3 I've just ran sfc ok without it pointing to the CD drive.retry the regedit.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\SourcePath
Nope it still insists on the disk when I changed the path to C:\ ??
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