Remove windows 2000 advanced server setup

Hi
Can anyone help with this problem, I was going to install the above software then changed my mind. The problem is now when I reboot my computer it keeps trying to setup the software by asking me to insert the disk.

Can anyone tell me where the setup files are kept so that I can remove them.

Regards
Caz
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cfairleyCommented:
Do you remember how far you got in the install?

Also, what is the exact error message you receive?

Were you trying to do an upgrade or fresh install?
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mattisflonesCommented:
You can fix the problem by inserting the OS CD for your old OS and do a repair of that installation.
Depending on how far your setup has gone, you can save all of/most of/none of your earlier install.
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mattisflonesCommented:
Glad i could help! :-)
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