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When i install new window for time of coping file on 11 % immediately it goes to blue screen fail to continue i have change different hard disk but also fail what wrong?

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Hello,
The problem is most likely in your installation (e.g. your CD). Download another CD from the Microsoft Download Center (for an XP system you might need to head to a website such as btjunkie.org), burn it on a CD and install it using your original serial number.

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