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Driver.Cab Files Corrupt


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I have just looked through the i386 files on my xp cd and there is a file there called driver.cab which is a really big file. I have tried to unzip it and it tells me that the file is corrupt, could this be the reason, why i cannot reinstall win xp on another partition and why the cd will not repair the existing xp??
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If you suspect your cab files are corrupt, look at Description of the Windows File Protection feature for what you can do to restore them. "What Is a Cabinet (.cab) File?", you ask? See What Is a Cabinet (.cab) File? at M$.

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Thank you. But that didnt help with my problem
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