WinXP CD can't find ntbackup.msi

  danolito 14:44 31 Jul 2005
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I want to make a backup of my system. when I put the winxp cd in the computer on the screen it says what do you want to do?
Install winxp.
Install optional win components.
Perform additional tasks.
Check system compatibility.
I can't find ntbackup.msi file no where,
can someone help please?

  SANTOS7 14:58 31 Jul 2005

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Insert the CD Rom and navigate to CD-ROM Drive:\VALUEADD\MSFT\NTBACKUP
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Double-click the Ntbackup.msi file to start the wizard that installs Backup
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When the wizard is complete, click Finish.

  danolito 15:53 31 Jul 2005

Santos7 thanks for the reply, when I put the cd-rom in I get 4 options as I explained in my post. I've tried all 4

  danolito 16:01 31 Jul 2005

could it be I'm puting the wrong cd in? it has operating system on the cd,xp home edition including service pack 1a does that halp

  SANTOS7 16:03 31 Jul 2005

Windows XP Home Edition: Add the Backup utility

If you're using Windows XP Home Edition and you want to use the Backup utility, you'll have to manually add it by following these steps:

1.


Insert your Windows XP CD into the drive and, if necessary, in My Computer, double-click the CD icon.

2.


On the Welcome to Microsoft Windows XP screen, click Perform Additional Tasks.

3.


Click Browse this CD.

4.


In Windows Explorer, double-click the ValueAdd folder, then Msft, and then Ntbackup.

5.


Double-click Ntbackup.msi to install the Backup utility.

  danolito 16:53 31 Jul 2005

Thanks santos7, got it sorted

  SANTOS7 17:05 31 Jul 2005

your very welcome....

  Danoh 21:03 31 Jul 2005
  Stuartli 17:26 03 Aug 2005

Backup is installed by default on XP Pro - it's Home which has to have it installed as described above.

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