Files skipped when installing windows server 2003 on Acer Aspire AM5641

By ram16
Oct 4, 2008
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  1. Hello,

    I used nLite to create an Windows server 2003 disc that had the SATA drivers
    included.I have installed Windows server 2003 that had the above drivers by
    deleting the already existing Windows vista operating system on Acer Aspire
    AM5641. But when I was installing, it skipped the following
    files.............cmnicfg.xml, ipcfg.xxml, osinfo.xml, potscfg.xml,
    pppcfg.xml,
    xmlp_bdg.xdr, xmlp_bec.xdr, xmlp_beu.xdr, xmlp_ecp.xdrxmlp_ecu.xdr,
    xmlp_fcd.xdr, xmlp_fcw.xdr, xmlp_hlp.xdr, xmlp_loc.xdr, xmlp_mas.xdr,
    xmlp_mcc.xdr, xmlp_mcu.xdr,xmlp_mpc.xdr. I want to install SAP R/3 on Win
    server 2003. Will I face any problems in future..as some files are skipped
    when installing.

    Thanks for the reply.
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Just run sfc /scannow (copy and paste that into run, or command prompt :confused: )
    You will need your Windows server 2003 CD (maybe)

    Also confirm all backups are complete (even though it's just a standard Windows command, sometimes installed personal firewalls and Antivirus softwares can cause issues during the scan)
  3. ram16

    ram16 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Thanks for the reply..I did run the above command....It verified that all protected windows files are intact and in their original versions.......ran successfully with out any problems. Can I know if it doesn't run successfully, what errors will be raised and are the above skipped files are unnecessary for the OS?. Shall I start installing SAP now? .
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Then all looks well
  5. ram16

    ram16 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Thanks for your help.
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