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When I install SQL 2000 Server, it's telling me i'm missing the file xplog70.dll

It's looking for it at:

'E:\x86\setup\..\Binn\xplog70.dll

I have a copy of the file, but I can't determine the exact path of where to put it, since they block out part of the path with '..'.  

Does anyone know the actual path?

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Question by:nrking83
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Mine is at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Binn (or whereever you put your SQL installation)

You can find a copy of the file in SP4 files under ..\SQL2KSP4\x86\binn
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In the drive E:\X86\Setup

search for binn folder and place the file there.
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There is no Binn Folder
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