then click enter ..to try again ...that might take you through ...or lead you to Another error ..you continue changing CDs until its done .... but right now the install process with windows xp32 works fine but I got recently 8gb additional ram memory installed so I will try later to change the installation to xp64 Nonetheless, because of the nature of your machine conditions, the migregdb.exe associated Registry entries may have been useless or even contaminated by spyware or Trojan, leaving the migregdb.exe error messages untouched. I press a key and then the Windows setup begins. get redirected here
Download More information: Download Support Purchase Discount Coupon Screenshots Free License Everything about MigRegDB.exe Migregdb.exe is described as a COM+. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Also I seem to remember that 32 bit systems can use up to 3GB of RAM, no more, but 64 bit systems will use all the RAM you fit to your Also, make sure you have disabled your antivirus software before running setup.-- Best of Luck,Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVPhttp://mvp.support.microsoft.com/Associate Expert - WindowsXP Expert Zonewww.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzoneWindows help - www.rickrogers.org"manucaddie"
Please make sure the disk is in the e: drive and try again. Maybe the DVD DRIVE the disk boots from? I tried all the following fixes but still get the error :1. Is there any thing more technical as to why this is happening other than a bad lens or disc.
It's easy to believe you have installed XP whereas you have only just started. The 3rd-party registry cleaners may have the logic and algorithms best to effectively clean all faulty registries. It is based on and enhances applications compiled utilizing other COM-based approaches. My temporary solution is to make a note of the files that wouldn't copy and were not already present in the System32 folder and then do a manual expand and copy
Loading... Get the answer AnonymousJul 6, 2005, 7:31 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)manucaddie wrote:> I am updating from XP Home to XP Professional on a new Acer TravelMate > 2308WLMi Couldn't sign you in, please try again. I've brought enough movies home from Redbox that wouldn't run, didn't look all that dirty, yet played perfectly after cleaning.
Proffitt Forum moderator / June 8, 2007 2:10 AM PDT In reply to: 'Setup cannot copy the file' while installing Windows XP SP2 Duplicate your XP SD2 CD onto a CDR Pits, scratches, even a bit of dust can interfere with the file copy process. I copied my other computer's ks.sys into this computer using Windows PE and now it worked fine Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 5 total Its had several graphics card replacements.
This problem usually ends up being a hardware issue, however, it could be as simple as a corrupt install CD. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/setup-cannot-copy-files.551698/ If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Ensure the disk labeled 'Windows> XP Professional Service Pack 2 CD' is in the drive selected below, or > provide> the location where the file can be found.">> I can see Covered by US Patent.
by Kees Bakker / June 8, 2007 9:47 PM PDT In reply to: Re : Try a "copy" Anyway, something hardware related (if we define a bad CD as hardware). Get More Info Dont touch it ! Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by EarthWorm, Mar 14, 2007. I think setup detects an older windows install so I will install ubuntu first and later reinstall windows xp64 see http://www.bilder-hochladen.net/I/lx0l-1-eeb1.jpg May 9, 2016 #8 mike1959 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,025
But besides Windows 7/Vista/XP, Windows Server 2008 and ot… MS Legacy OS Working With Group Policy Article by: Philip Our Group Policy work started with Small Business Server in 2000. Let us know. I have two of them one for my desktop and another one for my laptop. useful reference And then recreate the C: Partition (NTFS) by pressing 'C'.
Last edited: Jun 16, 2016 Jun 16, 2016 #18 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics XP can't copy/move some files Jul 24, This might also be the source of your original problems. After SP1 installation, system32\ MigRegDB.exe folder contents appears in your temp folder.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Windows 10 will need certain drivers for USB etc, but the motherboard will have to be fairly modern for it to work fully. Gets to 100% nicely. EarthWorm, Mar 14, 2007 #1 Sponsor jwinathome Joined: Mar 9, 2007 Messages: 319 First things first...try another CD...if that doesn't work, try another CD-ROM, if that doesn't work, check the
phone.ic_. A frequent problem. I have two of them one for my desktop and another one for my laptop. http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-migregdb-ex.php Check this directory to make sure the path of the other one, navigate to its location and check its size and date created for comparison to the real one.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Since you are posting, you obviously have access to another PC, so you could look into the UBCD4WIN option, which is tremendously useful for all sorts of things you probably can't bbearren, Mar 14, 2007 #6 EarthWorm Thread Starter Joined: Mar 14, 2007 Messages: 4 Nope. don't skip ..just eject the present Cd ..put the next Windows xp Cd ....
The Add Feature fails with error MigRegDB.exe as it cannot connect to Windows Update. When I'm trying to install the XP CD every minutes or so it tellm me that "Setup cannot copy the file: kodak_dc.icn." Each time it mentions a different file. Before I tell you the problem, I just thought that I'd mention that my system is a Dell Dimension and I use the Windows XP OEM Disk to install Windows. I think it's got to be something to do with inside the system itself.
The setup starts off by loading files (drivers etc). Not exactly the same files as others but around 50 odd. Of course XP is not supported now, nor Vista, so it's better to move on to 7 or 8 if you don't get 10 to work with your PC. isignup.ex_.
And after this I couldn't restart my computer, I would solve the problem with reinstalling XP again, but from this time it says it could not copy his files. I'm tearing my hair out, but such is my life... DVD drives are about 15 bucks on sale at Newegg, usually with free shipping. I think it was the laser failing in the old drive.
but recently I installed windows 10 but I found out that slimdrivers could not find sound and usb devices drivers, so I decided to reinstall windows xp but its 64bit version Thanks for the advice! Already have an account? The migregdb.exe enables you more easily to adapt your applications to various situations by offering thread and object pooling, and JIT object activation.