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Widows setup failure..

During widows setup some files could not be copied to C partition
and if I try it again several times it coninues to setup widows normally..!!
is it a computer problem or CD problem?

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Greetings
It is not the cd that has a problem, its your hardisk if you have other hardisk try to exchange it and re-install your computer. or format your computer with other comupter.
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