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"cannot create install dependency file" during install...

"cannot create install dependency file" during install...

"cannot create install dependency file" during install...

Hi Everyone,

I've just got q quick question. I'm trying to re-install CiscoWorks 2000 on a new Win2k server (the old one died because it was ANCIENT in comparison) but I get the following error before it starts copying files to the hard disk and it does not go any further:

"cannot create install dependency file".

Has anyone experience this before or know a way around it. I'd appreciate the help.



RE: "cannot create install dependency file" during install...

Sorry. I dug around on the Internet and found the answer to my own question. Apparently, it's something that affects Pentium IV processors.

For anyone else that encounters a similar problem, here's a link to the solution:


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