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How do I get to install in my  PC Microsoft Visual Studio.Net - Enterprise Edition 2003

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Dear Sir:
My problem is:
I have the complete 6 Cds to install a regisred copy of MicrosoftVisual Studio.net - Enterprice Edition 2003. I have installed it  successfully many times before, now when I try to do it , it appears the attached message I send below. And I don't know how to solve my problem.
I comment you:
1 - The hard disk is a new one with OS WindowsXP Pro with SP3
2 - It does not accept Microsoft Validation because the Enteprice Edition is 2003
Please, I wait someone to help me to solve my problem
Waiting a reply I thanks in advance
Friday, July 10 2009, 17:32 (GMT - 4)
ERROR-1305.bmp
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That message would seem to indicate that there's something wrong with the CDROM.   I'd recommend that you attempt to clean (and perhaps even "buff") the CDROM and try again.
Also, some CDROM drives are more picky that others... and are less tollerant of scratches, so you might wanna try those disks on another PC just as a test.
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Dear graye:
When I made what you told me above I received the following message: "FAILED ERRORS"
I send you attached the details.
Waiting your assistance I thanks in advance
ERRORS-DURING-SETUP-of.doc
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I can't install VISUAL STUDIO.NET 2003
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Is G: a CDROM or is that some network share?
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Dear graye:
G: is a CDROM
Please, if possible, tell me if there is some program to repair it.
Waiting your reply I thanks in advance
Symotom
Friday, July 17 2009, 11: 52 hs.- (GMT-4)
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Well, you might try copying the files from another CDROM drive... perhaps onto a network share.
Or, you could attempt to clean/polish the CDROM disk itself.   You can buy cheap "disk cleaners" at music stores (designed for music CDs... but hey!)   Some are battery operated... others hand crank, and usually have a cleaning paste that you apply and then buff off using there gizmo
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Dear Sirs:
I discovered that the CDROM has an irrecuperable damage,
So, I resolved to buy another new copy of the program.
Thanks a million for the assistance
Symotom
Sunday, Juliy 19 2009, 13:13 (GMT - 4)
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