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Some OS files not coping

Hai I have Mercury PI845GVM-AGP Mercury mother board. while installing the OS some files are not coping. I change the OS CDs, CD writer, Hard disks but its not work out anything. I tried VISTA, XP & 2000 OS versions also. Please can anyone help me on this regard. Thanks

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    I changed the DVD drive & use the new OS CD also.
    I think it is a mother board problem.

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Your CD Rom drives could be dirty if if they are not copying files from the CD's correctly. tipically while installing an OS the CD's are moving alot of data very fast and can encounter errors if drives are dusty or dirty or even if the cd's have small scratches or smudges.
I recommend a CD/DVD drive cleaner disk, or fresh copies of your CD's.
You May also have to replace your drives, you can buy replacements fairly cheap from online retailers such as tigerdirect.com or on auction sites.

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