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COM+ SETUP ERROR 0X8007007F: FAILED TO LOAD CATSRV.DLL during XP install

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Hi,
Near the end of a new XP [with SP2] install I get a "COM+ SETUP ERROR 0X8007007F: FAILED TO LOAD CATSRV.DLL" error message.  
Also, I am now getting directdb.dll, msoe.dll and wab32.dll errors ["may not be installed or are corrupted]. Please advise.

Thanks,
Joe
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Is this a copy of your Install Disc, or an original?

Maybe even try another CDRom Drive if you have one handy......
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Is the XP disc your using scratched or dirty?
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Thanks!
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