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Error with sp1

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zoey

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#1
Windows Delayed Write Failed....
Windows was unable to save all the datafor the file
I:\6e6cf3ce1be9a7ce6a642814b\ic\winnt32.msi.
The datahas been lost. This error may be caused by
a failure of your hardwareor network connection.
please try to save this file elsewhere.


I do have an MSI 3d card. Shoulsd I worry or continue?
 

yoyo

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#2
What were you doing when you got this error?

It has nothing to do with your video card from MSI, but with Microsoft Installer.
 
X

XP Abuser

Guest
#3
well some data has obviously not been written
this could be a problem with your hdd starting to snuff it. or maybe RAM has a bad area. but it could be a bad sector or an illegal operation by something... just carry on as usual and see if anything else happens. as it has only happened once theres not enough evidence to conclude anything.
 
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zoey

Guest
#4
Originally posted by yoyo
What were you doing when you got this error?

It has nothing to do with your video card from MSI, but with Microsoft Installer.
Trying to install sp1 leagal
 
Z

zoey

Guest
#6
I continued to installed sp1 and it said it was installed successfully

I'll chk disk also doing a clean install, and ant to make a good image of the drive.
 

zyfos

Resurrected
#7
I used to get those errors, but it was to $Mft. One of my maxtor hdd's was goin out and it kept screwin up with disk writes. I ran chkdsk /x /f /v /r to check for errors. I later had to do a full scan with the MaxBlast diagnostic software and use it's utilities to fix it.
 
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Bretenn

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#11
i'm having the same problem .... windows unable to write....
this happen after i remove my geforce4 and install ati9500pro
then i remove the nvidia driver and install the catalyst.
after reboot... that problem occur..... anyone??
 
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Corosus

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#12
Originally posted by Bucky Badger
I continued to installed sp1 and it said it was installed successfully

I'll chk disk also doing a clean install, and ant to make a good image of the drive.
If it is a one time occurence then it probably isn't the hardware, I had a maxtor 40gb that was doing this non stop, turned out to be faulty.
 

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