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Problem with Windows 2000 installation

Frank Evangelo
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      30th Jul 2003
I would try downloading the latest drivers for the NIC and
using them during the install process instead of the ones
on the W2K CD. There is a point during the install where
you can specify additional drivers.

>-----Original Message-----
>I've tried installing Windows 2000 Pro on my pc, but it

won't go. I used
>the 4 disks to start it, then formatted the drive, and

let the CD go into
>setup. No problems at the beginning, but when it gets to

the point where it
>has to install the "Networking Components" it shuts down

and restarts. Does
>my pc have to have an operating system such as Windows 98

on it first? It's
>really frustrating me because right now I have to

sacrifice 2 hard drives
>(1-40GB & 1-60GB) that I can't put Windows 2000 Pro on,

and have to use a
>tiny 1.2GB because it has 98 on it (at least I can get it

to work).
>SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!! 'Cuz Calgon can't take me away,

not on this.
>Thanks in advance to those who assist me with this :-)

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