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Upgrading Windows 2003 Standard to Windows 2003 Enterprise

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When trying to upgrade my Windows 2003 Standard Edition DC to Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition, I get the error that the acpiec.sys file is corrupted. Press any key to continue.

When I hit enter, I get the error that the setup failed, press any key to restart the system.

I need to upgrade the server to make more ram available in the OS.

What can I do to successfully upgrade the OS?

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Question by:DeondP
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Zuhir Elgmati earned 500 total points
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I think the issue from the CD\DVD Device , it can't read acpiec.sys file from the cd , make sure that your device is working or not

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