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Poweredge 2600 raid driver is failing in line 1041

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We are getting an inaccessible boot device BSOD on a Poweredge 2600.  We are trying to boot from the Windows 2000 Server disk so that we can do a chkdsk.  When we try to install the PERC 4/DI driver, it gives us the error, "File Txtsetup.oem caused unexpected error (1024) at line 1041 in D:\nt\private\ntos\boo\setup\oemdisk.c".  We have downloaded this driver from Dell on more than a few occasions.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Format the disk using full format not quick
next next download the driver again.

you can also try to use windows pe
http://apcmag.com/windows_pe_20_a_tiny_version_of_windows_for_system_maintenance.htm

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We tried that.  We have downloaded the driver about 4 times with the same problem.
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try this download a windows 2000 server boot disk from here. http://www.myputerdr.com/win2ksrv.exe
then copy the driver to this disk.
then boot.

I think you could also try using a windows 2003 server cd and select recovery console if you have one.

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