Try this for alternative ways to install - option 4
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"John Jay Smith" <-> wrote in message
> there is a program (free) called cdcheck (works with dvds too) that
> compares a dvd with the hash file
> (I think you can the hash on the ms site)
> I have not tried it personally
> let me know if this helps
> "Rob" <Rob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> Well I pulled an all-nighter here and finally got the download finished.
>> didn't have to stop and restart the download manager.
>> I burned the ISO to DVD (actually made two copies just incase the one dvd
>> was bad) and made sure to write-verify the data with Nero 7. Went fine.
>> Well I then ran a clean install on the same machine that I downloaded the
>> ISO file and guess what:
>> While 'Installing windows' - Copying Windows Files.....at 21% I get a:
>> Windows Setup - An error occured while copying Setup Files onto your
>> machine. Error Code is  and only an 'OK' button. Once that
>> is pressed, installation is then cancelled and the whole machine froze.
>> Had to do a hard shutdown and it won't load into anything, even safe
>> So I now lost my downloaded ISO file. I only have two copies of the ISO
>> image burnded onto DVDs. So I have no way to know whether the download
>> fine as I never ran a CRC check on it.
>> I don't know if there is a way to verify, from the burned iso image on
>> now, whether I have a good or bad copy. Any ideas?
>> This is disheartening to say the least. I'm now trying to download the
>> thing again but I'm getting the "we are currently experiencing a high
>> etc..etc... Please check back later"
>> This is not good.