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I decided to ran Process Monitor to understand what's happening under the hood, while filtering the activity of my setup.exe:
After reviewing the output I've noticed that the install program gets mixed with the path where the installation resides (notice the space between "Partition" and "E"):
I decided to move the installation folder into something conventional like C:\Setup. After that the installation started and finished successfully.
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I have the same problem, but i don't find the path mix...
Can you give some details please ?
Vince, what's the path to the setup.exe file?
The setup should be the one in the root on the DVD.
I had a similar problem where the setup.exe file just died on me.
I had downloaded the ISO from MSDN and mounted it with Microsoft Virtual CDRom Control Panel. Like AlikL said I copied the whole virtual DVD to a local folder and somefiles where corrupt. (even though the microsoft download transfer manager checks the contents after downloading)
I downloaded the DVD ISO again. Starting through the MSVirtualCDRom just killed setup.exe. I copied to a local folder and am installing right now.