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When you run Windows Millennium Edition (Me) Setup, Setup may stop when it is 10 percent complete, and you may receive the following error message:
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Error : SU0325, Windows Millennium setup cannot continue
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This issue can be caused by a corrupted .cab file that has been copied to the hard disk. This corruption can be caused by a virus or by failing hardware, but is most likely to be caused by a scratched, dirty, or damaged CD-ROM.
To resolve this issue, try the following:
The "SU0325" error message when Setup is 10 percent complete can be caused by corrupted .cab files. If this behavior occurs, examine the Setuplog.txt file. The last line of the file may be:
"Cannot copy to computer su0325" "Dummy"During the File Copy phase of Windows Me Setup, a copy of the Setup media is created while Setup is between 0 and 10 percent complete. Setup copies all of the .cab files from the source media to the C:\Windows\Options\Install folder. Setup then starts replacing files. The source path in the registry points to the C:\Windows\Options\Install folder. If you are upgrading from Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows 98, the .cab files are not copied to the C:\Windows\Options\Install folder if you are running Setup from a folder on drive C and you are installing Windows Me on drive C.