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Redirect Sfc In Windows 2000


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Does anyone know how to redirect sfc in Windows 2000 sp4? Are the reg keys the same as in Windows XP?

1. After creating X:\i386 (X represents the drive letter of your choice; substitute the appropriate drive letter for X)

2. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup

- SourcePath = X:\

- Installation Source = X:\i386

- ServicePackSourcePath = X:\

3. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion

- SourcePath = X:\i386

4. Reboot - Then sfc /scannow

* These changes work for XP, but are there different/additional keys that need adjusting in 2000?

Thanks.

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You seem to have your info correct.

Change SourcePath to C:\ (note the backslash... and as you probably know, it appends i386 automatically)

You should also edit the "Installation Sources" value and append C:\ if it not already present.

It's supposed to work. :|

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You seem to have your info correct.

Change SourcePath to C:\ (note the backslash... and as you probably know, it appends i386 automatically)

You should also edit the "Installation Sources" value and append C:\ if it not already present.

It's supposed to work. :|

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Hi DjLizard,

I can confirm that it works for XP, but not sure yet on 2000. XP keeps a cache of i386, but 2000 doesn't. It has a driver i386 folder, and a service pack i386 folder.

Logical guess was to create an i386 folder in C, and copy both of those folders into the C:\i386 folder, and then continue the steps. (Do those 2 i386 folders need to be expanded?)

I haven't gotten a response yet, as to if that worked or not. Thanks for the feedback!

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