.net 3657 Coverage.dll


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cal2002    0

I downloaded a ISO of Windows .NET Server Standerd build 3657, and when i go to boot from the CD it loads all the files into RAM but then the HD stops spinning and i get an error saying "Setup can not start due to COVERAGE.DLL"

Has this happened to anyone else?

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Groovedude    6

Thats because its a Warez ver and some1 has replaced the file and M$ dont like that ;) lol...

anyway why have 3657.. when 3660 is out ;) lol

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cal2002    0

yes, but i download build 3657 before M$ put out 3660.

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mictaz13    0

errrr solution is simple copy paste that dll from i386 into sys32 problem solved and if whereever you dl'd that could not tell you that got from the wrong place next time check #winbeta on DalNet or their webpage at www.winbeta.org

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jessejlt    0

No Warez (links) & Cracks: help. requests or posts that discuss circumvention

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Groovedude    6

Errr u cant do that anyway when ur in The windows Set up blue screen lmao.... hahaha and yeah

No Warez (links) & Cracks: help. requests or posts that discuss circumvention

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cal2002    0

So all u have to do is edit the ISO file and then burn a new CD

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Groovedude    6

u cant change it lmao... dont u know about the new builds of .Net they have protection over em and u will need the original .dll anyway... cos some1 has changed it so u wont get the Activiation thing but that aint possible... so nope lol.... and no point asking for the original .dll cos it could be classed as warez :pirate:

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kairon    0
Originally posted by groovedude2001

No Warez (links) & Cracks: help. requests or posts that discuss circumvention

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RossDundas    11

Blatant violation of forum rules. Thread locked.

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