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Split Up Multiboot Installation Disc

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#1 deanpcmad


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Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:29 AM


My friend gave me a Windows 2003 Server - 4 In 1 Multiboot (Web, Standard, Advanced and Datacenter) - Corporate Edition DVD. When I go to install one of the editions of Windows Server 2003, it comes up with the message that I need to insert the CD again (after boot up when the files have been copied). I insert the CD again, click on RETRY and it comes up with a message telling me to insert the right disc in the drive. I click OK because I know that this disc is the right 1 that the files were copied from. It then comes up with another message saying that I need to 'type the path where the file is located, then click OK'. I click OK. The same message shows again and again as I click it. I try different folders but it still shows the same message!

How can I split up this Disc so I have 4 Seperate CDs (Web, Standard, Advanced and Datacenter)?


P.S. I am installing this on a Virtual Machine.


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