Installation can't find migregdb.file

While performing a window xp professional repair option, setup asked me to insert the service pack 2 cd, but service pack 2 is already on the windows xp cd.  The error msg was saying cannot copy the file clbcatq.dll.  I found that file on another drive on my computer, then it asked for comadmin.dll and I found that file on the same drive, then the program asked for migregdb.exe, but I can't seem to locate that file on any drive.  What is causing windows xp to keep looking for files that should be on my original windows xp pro disk?
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Similar problem here where the CD was thought to have been scratched.  Here's the previous resolution>

Copy i386 Folder to HD for Installation
Boot to a Win98 bootdisk and then type in these commands.

Hit the enter key

MD C:\i386
Hit the enter key

Now put your XP CD in the CDROM
copy x:\i386\*.* C:\i386\
x denotes your CD drive letter
Hit the enter key

Hit the enter key


"Copy Error on WinXP Repair Intallation":
trez1963Author Commented:
CDROM is not being recognized at this time.
trez1963Author Commented:
Solved problem by loading each command via A: drive.

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