Why SFC on ent edition need std edition CD ?

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Tao Lei, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. Tao Lei

    Tao Lei Guest

    Hello.

    I run sfc on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition.

    However it prompts me to insert Starndard Edition CD.

    I try to insert Enterprise Edition CD, but that is no use.

    This is so strange, any advice is welcome.

    Thanks.
     
    Tao Lei, Jan 21, 2009
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  2. Tao Lei

    Tao Lei Guest

    Hello, Mr.Gorter.

    [SourceDisksNames]
    _x = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _1 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _2 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _3 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _4 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _5 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _6 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    _7 = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    1_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    2_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    3_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    4_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    5_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    6_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""
    7_ = %cdname%,%cdtagfile%,,""

    [SourceDisksNames.x86]
    1 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
    100 = %spcdname%,%spcdtagfilei%,,\i386,1
    _1 = %bootname1%,"%boottagfile1%",,""
    _2 = %bootname2%,"%boottagfile2%",,""
    _3 = %bootname3%,"%boottagfile3%",,""
    _4 = %bootname4%,"%boottagfile4%",,""
    _5 = %bootname5%,"%boottagfile5%",,""
    _6 = %bootname6%,"%boottagfile6%",,""
    _7 = %bootname7%,"%boottagfile7%",,""
    107 = %spcdname%,%spcdtagfilei%,,\i386\lang,1
    1_ = %bootname1%,"%boottagfile1%",,""
    2_ = %bootname2%,"%boottagfile2%",,""
    3_ = %bootname3%,"%boottagfile3%",,""
    4_ = %bootname4%,"%boottagfile4%",,""
    5_ = %bootname5%,"%boottagfile5%",,""
    6_ = %bootname6%,"%boottagfile6%",,""
    7_ = %bootname7%,"%boottagfile7%",,""
    7 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386\lang
    8 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386\lang
    9 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386\lang
    10 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386\lang
    11 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
    12 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
    13 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
    14 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
    15 = %cdname%,%cdtagfilei%,,\i386
     
    Tao Lei, Jan 22, 2009
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  3. Tao Lei

    Tao Lei Guest

    Hi, Darrell.

    Sorry.

    I search it again and find it.

    cdname = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition CD-ROM"
    productname = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise"
    bootname1 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Boot Disk"
    bootname2 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #2"
    bootname3 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #3"
    bootname4 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #4"
    bootname5 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #5"
    bootname6 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #6"
    bootname7 = "Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition Setup Disk #7"
    cdtagfile = "\win51ia"
    cdtagfilei = "\win51ia"
    cdtagfilem = "\win51ma"
    cdtagfilea = "\win51aa"
    boottagfile1 = "\disk101"
    boottagfile2 = "\disk102"
    boottagfile3 = "\disk103"
    boottagfile4 = "\disk104"
    boottagfile5 = "\disk105"
    boottagfile6 = "\disk106"
    boottagfile7 = "\disk107"
    spcdname = "Service Pack 2 CD-ROM"
    spcdtagfile = "\win51ia.sp2"
    spcdtagfilei = "\win51ia.sp2"
    spcdtagfilem = "\win51ma.sp2"
    spcdtagfilea = "\win51aa.sp2"
     
    Tao Lei, Jan 23, 2009
    #3
  4. Tao Lei

    Tao Lei Guest

    Hi, Darrell,

    There is no layout.inf in C:\Windows, but 3 in other folders

    C:\WINDOWS\inf\layout.inf
    C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386\layout.inf
    C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\servicepackcache\i386\layout.inf

    The content of them are same.
     
    Tao Lei, Jan 23, 2009
    #4
  5. Tao Lei

    Tao Lei Guest

    Hi, Darrell

    I have it work by modifying some values in the Windows registry.
    It seems that the values were incorrect before.
     
    Tao Lei, Jan 25, 2009
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