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I have created a package using the Package and Deployment Wizard. My problem is during installation on PCs running on Windows 2000 or 95.

During installation it pops up a message box "Setup cannot continue because some system files are out of date on your system. Click OK if you would like setup to update these files for you now."

I clicked OK and after it restarted, i ran the setup. It gave me the same message box with the same error message.

Does anybody have any idea why this is happening?

I appreciate your response and i would NOT repeat my earlier grading system gnafu again.

Thanks

PS: I am running on Windows NT server on my PC.
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emoreau,

Installation of Visual Studio SP5 (latest) does not work. I still get the errors. I am trying the second solution to download the Windows 2000 SP2.

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