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error 0x8007F0CB when trying to setup Windows 2003 sp2

Posted on 2010-09-08
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This is a newly-setup windows 2003 server. When I tried to setup sp2, an error as stated above occured. Does it means the product key for the above os is invalid. Btw, what should I do to resolve the problem?
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It would appear that the LIC key is the issue. Your best alternative is to use something like Belarc Advisor to find out for certain what the key is taht was used to install, and compare to your documentation/CD case sticker. Or your lic list if it's an EA license.
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Can  you show in step-by-step?
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Don't be mislead by the title on this page... it has the info you're asking for:

http://www.labtestproject.com/install_belarc_advisor_program_to_get_computer_system_information
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You could have Googled the above info yourself BTW
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Closing for the sake of closing
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