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  zeppman 16:37 27 Sep 08

I am trying to check in the registry for the path to the 1386 folder as in this :-
In #2 I can find all the path upto setup but I cant find \Sourcepath can anyone explain how I find this .I am using XP Pro with SP2


  GaT7 19:34 27 Sep 08

Do you mean Registry Editor's 'Data' field in the right window is blank? Try narrowing the columns in the right window. You may find the I386 path leads to your optical disk drive, i.e. the one Windows was originally installed from.

If it's indeed blank, then you can either:

- Edit the Data entry, inputting the correct path to your optical disk drive, or

- Copy the I386 folder to your hard drive, then do the same as above, with the correct path pointing to its location


  GaT7 19:36 27 Sep 08

May be related - How to Fix that annoying "Please Insert CD" message click here. G

  woodchip 19:41 27 Sep 08

Is problem, Reading between the lines is that as you say Asking for CD, but CD is no good after SP2 is loaded on XP. As its looking for the Updates. And thinks they are on the CD

  birdface 20:35 27 Sep 08

Don't know if this is any here or whether you have already tried it.

  zeppman 20:45 27 Sep 08

buteman thats the info I was working off and I could not locate sourcePath as in #2

  birdface 20:51 27 Sep 08

Tried to set up and if you click or double click the set up folder it should open on the right hand box.Sourcepath was the bottom one for me.

  birdface 21:03 27 Sep 08

Tried it on my computer and it still would not run sfc /scannow.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:15 27 Sep 08

[IMG]click here[/IMG]

Make sure you have the EXAcT path see address on bottom of picture

Cick sourcepath to open another window mine says C:\Windows

as my I386 folder is c:\windows\i386

  zeppman 23:36 27 Sep 08

Fruit Bat I'm not getting anything below PrivateHash when I click setup.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09:44 28 Sep 08

Right click setup - new - string value

type in sourcepath and set to c: (where your i386 folder is)

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