Error message when you try to reinstall a component in Windows Small Business Server 2003 with SP1: "The drive contains a disc for Windows Small Business Server 2003 with no service packs"
You are prompted for the Windows SBS 2003 discs during the installation process as expected. However, when you insert a Windows SBS 2003 disc, you receive the following error message:
- You are running Windows Small Business Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1).
- When you reinstall one of the components that are mentioned in the "Symptoms" section, you use a disc from the original version of Windows SBS 2003.
Method 1: Use the Windows SBS 2003 SP1 discsWhen you are prompted to insert a Windows SBS 2003 disc, insert the appropriate Windows SBS 2003 SP1 disc.
Method 2: Integrate (slipstream) Windows SBS 2003 SP1 with the original version of Windows SBS 2003Create a Windows SBS 2003 folder in which Windows SBS 2003 SP1 has been integrated. To do this, follow these steps:
- Download Windows SBS 2003 SP1. To obtain this service pack, click the following link:
- Extract the service pack files from the package that you downloaded in step 1. To do this, follow these steps:
- On the computer that is running Windows SBS 2003, create a folder that is named SBS2003-SP1.
- Open a Command Prompt window, and then change to the directory that contains the Windows SBS 2003 SP1 package. This file is named SBS2003-KB885918-SP1-X86-ENU.EXE.
- Type the following command, and then press ENTER: SBS2003-KB885918-SP1-X86-ENU.EXE /xA dialog box appears. You are prompted to select a folder for the extracted files.
- Locate and then select the folder that you created in step a. Then, click OK.
The files are extracted to the SBS2003-SP1 folder.
- Copy the whole contents of the SBS\CLIENTAPPS\SHAREPT folder from disk 3 of the Disc of Windows SBS 2003 to the following location: SBS2003-SP1\cd3\sbs\clientapps\sharept
- In the original version of Windows SBS 2003, the IE6 folder is located on disc 3 in the SBS\ClientApps folder.
- In Windows SBS 2003 SP1, the IE6 folder is located on disc 4 in the SBS\ClientApps folder.
Article ID: 939323 - Last Review: 05/21/2009 23:42:00 - Revision: 2.0
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