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SBS 2003

Has anyone heard of having corrupted installation disks. I have been trying to load sbs 2003 and ended up with horrendous errors. I have another set of disks and using the first serial number every thing seems to be going fine
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LarryMB
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krakkenCommented:
It's certainly possible.  It's also possible the disks are just dirty, I've had a tiny speck totally mess up an installation, then just cleaning it off and starting over.

Also scratches.  As long as it's the version you need, I'd use the good disks.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi LarryMB,

what are the errors you get, how far into the install?
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LarryMBAuthor Commented:
I was getting them at the Client Deployment installation. It would ask for disk 3 when I already had it in the cd drive. But the problem has been solved. It is up and running and everybody is getting thier precious emails now
Thanks, anymore ideas would be helpfull for in the future
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
good stuff, how did you resolve?
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LarryMBAuthor Commented:
I just used another of disks I had at the shop, and used thier serial number
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