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Installation Error I recently re-installed Windows XP SP2 in my computer but halfway through, it gives me an error message saying " Installation Failed:D:\I386\asms" and "Error Message: The Parameter is incorrect" also "One of the components that windows need to continue setup could not be installed". Can you help me about it? Edison SBMA, Philippines

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There could be either one of the 3 parts which is giving u this error
1) instalation cd ...(try installing from a different cd )
2) cd/dvd drive ( try with a different drive )
3) faulty memory card
mostly this issue is being created by faulty memory card if possible try that first

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