I got a few new/old computers from work, NetVista 8303-21U's (Windows XP SP3, 2.0MHz 1g RAM) however I'm ready to just overclock them all to death... I've had some issue in the past few days but solved them, but my most recent is a Kodak 5100 EZ share printer that won't correctly install. I've tried the CD, and the most recent driver off the Kodak website but with no avail. Everytime I start to install the Firmware, it works loads up just find but then about 25% in it asks to insert the Windows XP cd for I386 files? When I insert the CD it still prompts me for the CD? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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well, 1st it should not be asking for those, unless
B: was infected and AV prog removed files
C: someone built the install with Nlite, or otherwise made a light version missing some files.
if you are inserting the windows CD - is it a GENUINE …
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