I skipped the files (ks.sys, modem.sys, ndisuio.sys, and many other files)and continued the installation. All rights reserved. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? This is the last time I will buy a toshiba. get redirected here
After i finished installing my computer, my DVD Drives didn't show up till now. Thanks "Carey Frisch [MVP]" wrote: > Try this: > > While at your Windows XP Pro desktop, insert the XP Pro CD > in the CD drive, allow the menu to ENUM path "/P" Enumerate all parameters for the path. /P - Enumerate the paths only (no data). SET Path Value Assign a new value.
I was prompted > | and asked if I wished to proceed, and I clicked yes. ENUM_ALL "/P" Enumerate all parameters. /P - Enumerate the paths only (no data). I start with a 'basic' version of the baseline, freeze a Ghost Image of it, then add the tools and utilities for the Software Developers, and then freeze that image separately.
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That didn't help. 5) I searched the C: drive, making sure to search *everything* (hidden and system files, too). The problem is not all CABs will be in the chain. This installation was apparently successful. 2) I have local copies of the XP Pro/SP2 install kit, and the SP3 install kit, on the C: drive. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1152119 I start with a >> > 'basic' >> > version of the baseline, freeze a Ghost Image of it, then add the tools >> > and >> > utilities for the
Cannot install IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools 7. Te » Sat, 03 Feb 2007 05:54:14 First question is, was the original installation one that already included SP2? If i use the browse button to select the i386 folder, it copies the file and then can't find the file adsutil.vbs. I''ve looked around, and there is no >> > 'adsutil.vbs' >> > anywhere on the machine. >> > >> > Did I do something wrong, or is there a problem in
Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/61a41e8f-4209-4cae-826f-0a71ecf4dbbc/adsutilvbs-apparently-missing-from-xp-service-pack-3?forum=systemcenterupdates I set up the machine with the basic 'i386' folder from the XP install CD copied to the C: drive, and I set the Registry to point to that so I The interesting thing is that the file is actually IIS_adsutil.vbs. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.
installed Apache-tomcat (3 minutes). http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-mpr-dll.php Their only response is to run the Recovery Disk and wipe out your disk. Top Cannot install IIS by Gary S. It was > | unable to find staxmem.dll, and when I manually browsed for the i386 folder > | it then failed on adsutil.vbs that I cannot find anywhere. > |
It still will not allow me to install iis. I was able to solve the problem by inserting a XP Pro SP2 installation CD when prompted by setup for the location of adsutil.vbs. Cannot start IIS on Win XP with newly installed SP2 - HELP... 10. useful reference I copied the line into the run box and ran it.
As you can establish a virtual directory it may interface to this.Have you tried "skipping" this file?What were the end results? Reply swboy316 1 Post Re: How can I install IIS on Windows XP Pro Service Pack 3 ?? So, my 'basic'-flavor baseline is good.
None worked. 2 days gone. I copied the line into the run box and ran it. If I change the name to adsutil.vbs the installer finds it fine and then it can't find the next file (same IIS_ problem). Copied the application bundled analytics.war file to the tomcat webapps directory (30 seconds).
About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Sponsored Links #2 (permalink) 11-27-2008, 12:23 AM Kelly Posts: n/a Re: 'adsutil.vbs' missing after installing XP SP3 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../cc781546.aspx -- All the Best, Kelly (MS-MVP/DTS&XP) Happy Birthday if today This installation was apparently successful. > > 2) I have local copies of the XP Pro/SP2 install kit, and the SP3 install > kit, on the C: drive. this page If the copy fails the usual culprits are:1.
Cannot Install IIS on Windows XP 3. I have performed > | the problem does not lay with the secedit.sdb file. THERE IS NO ADSUTIL.VB* FILE ANYWHERE ON THE C: > DRIVE. > > 6) I asked you if I did something wrong, or if there was a problem with > SP3. This time, I got an error message - it can't find 'adsutil.vbs', and wants my XP Service Pack 3 CD.
An aging CD drive.2. I can manually find the dll files it asks for and navigate to them; the big problem is the vbs scripts I cannot find anywhere. As it turns out, it appears I can't install any > additional components. One of the things I do for that is to go into Add/Remove Windows Components and turn on IIS.
The time now is 04:03 PM. I installed SP3 on top of that. Join UsClose User Name Remember Me? Unplug the IDE cables, start the computer, Scan for Hardware Change then plug the cables back when restarting.I googled for alot of fixes too but still can't find one that can
After the system arrived, I upgraded the os to windows xp pro sp2 <> with the campus license upgrade cd procided by my school (texas tech <> univeristy.) <> <> When http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/taskbarplus!.htm "Bill Swallow"
Eventually I found a post (http://p2p.wrox.com/general-net/27450-iis-installation-problem.html) to the effect that, even if the integrity check on secedit.sdb checks out, you have also to run a repair ... Sounds like I need to have it on a CD, so will go down that path.