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I was just trying to install Windows XP on my new system, but I get a error saying "Windows cannot copy (filename), press F3 to skip" If I skip the files, I get a BSOD. The files it is trying to copy are the files on the RAID driver disk I made. When I hit F6 it says it loads the drives, but later on affter I format the array, it gives me the errors.
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One of my drives would always give me that error, but I used my other and I don't have any problems, if you have another CD or DVD drive try it.
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If the scratch is small, you could also try cleaning your CD. I've had good luck with using Windex and other glass cleaners along with a clean cloth on CDs and DVDs. I've lost track of how many rented DVDs I've had to do this to to get them to work, and I've used it a few times successfully on CDs as well.
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Just don't use paper towels w/Windex - use cloth.

Or get a CD buffer. I have a Win95 CD I have buffed about 5 times
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Well, it turns out that the files were NOT on the XP disk affter all. They were the files on the RAID disk I made. I have tried using diferant disks, but still no luck. Please help! This is really pissing me off!
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See if you can format the floppy on another friend's computer. That way you can make sure it isn't your floppy drive.
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See if you can format the floppy on another friend's computer. That way you can make sure it isn't your floppy drive.
I tried copying them with another floppy drive, and still no luck! I have tried diferant disks, diferant drives and even diferant RAID controlers, but it still doesnt work!!!
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Is BIOS recognizing your floppy drive?
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Is BIOS recognizing your floppy drive?
Yes, the BIOS recognizes the floppy drive. I can format it fine, I can copy the files fine, windows even loads the files when I hit F6 to install RAID drives, but affter I format the drive (windows sees the full 139 GB array), it says "windows cannon copy file XXXXXXXXX", and it gives me this error for each file on the floppy disk. Also, when it is giving me this error, it does not seem to read from the CD or floppy disk.
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Please help! I have been working on this for hours!
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