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LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Register Now - It's Free! More exactly "Manifest Parse Error: Invalid at the top level of the document." Any idea what the heck that means?? 1 answer Last reply Nov 22, 2002 More about error installing Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

So I extracted the contents of the ISO (using Undisker) and then proceeded to burn the files using Nero 5 on 4x speed. I told you about my problems with copying this profile to a network profile, so I tried, while logging in as administrator, a manual copying-procedure (copy /paste) of C:\documents and settings\main-profile.local It was either the DVDRW drive itself, the image as downloaded (several times?) or both. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!).

Sign Up Now! Whether the new OS works well enough to dissuade me from breaking down and purchasing an iMac remains to be seen. 183 Responses to "Manifest Parse Error" « Older Comments Marcel I Redownload an other version ( ISO Format ), but the same error appear.   Sxs.dllyntax Error in manifest or policy file "D:\I386\ASMS\52\POLICY\MSFT\WINDOWS\NETWORKING\RTCDLL.MAN" on line 0.     Here the ISO I used for the I had to download the WinXP Pro twice to get it right.

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I read about copying the file to a floppy and waiting for setup to ask me to manually search for the file if I take out the CD and reboot, then this content kevykev186 View Public Profile Send a private message to kevykev186 Find all posts by kevykev186 #8 12-23-2007, 08:50 PM atlastitworked Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2007 Posts: Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Run out for tonight, gotta go buy some tomorrow!

Click on > > > >>> Help, About in Windows Messenger. > > > >>> > > > >>> -- > > > >>> > > > >>> Hope this helps. Grab a copy of the RTCDLL.MAN file from another torrent, since you don't have the CD. Abarbarian posted Mar 16, 2017 at 4:33 PM Loading... http://comvurgent.com/xp-pro/xp-pro-modem-internal-error.html I didn't think it was the Win XP CD because I had used it before for my first installation on this computer.

LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks My Account | Log Out | Advertise Search: Home Forums About Us Geek Culture Advertise Contact Us FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Hopefully these additional data points will provide some insight into the root cause of this problem. Reply Richard October 12th, 2003 Who besides me thinks that the installation of an operating system should actually work flawlessly without having to mess with hardware or the BIOS?! *sigh* -

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I386ASMS1000MSFTWINDOWSGDIPLUSGDIPLUS.MAN I386ASMS5100MSFTWINDOWSSYSTEMDEFAULTDEFAULT.MAN I386ASMS6000MSFTVCRTLVCRTL.MAN I386ASMS6000MSFTWINDOWSCOMMONCONTROLSCONTROLS.MAN I386ASMS7000MSFTWINDOWSMSWINCRTMSWINCRT.MAN thank you in advance Reply 12heineken November 6th, 2003 Here's my story. http://www.geocities.com/zrantheus/ Reply Rob December 8th, 2003 WOW. So anyway, I downloaded an ISO of XP PRO, and I had heard about this error before (so i checked the ISO and the controls file was ok). I was a bit sketchy with this result so I checked out controls.man with Notepad..BINGO everything there!

Solution: Disabling on chip cache of microcontroller in BIOS during Xp installation. Error installing SP2 for XP Error while Installing Error installing harddrive Error when installing! Disabling the onboard devices on the motherboard will remove a lot of them from the ranks of the "suspected" also.Some suggestions from a google search for a part of the error check over here i'm using a p4 hp compaq for what it's worth kyrre View Public Profile Send a private message to kyrre Find all posts by kyrre #11 05-30-2008, 03:45 AM

Reply Rico September 1st, 2008 Hi Richard. Check you have all updates? Reply Brian August 20th, 2009 Thank you, Thank you new .man file worked great. Error: SXS.DLL: Syntax error in manifest or policy file "E\I386\asms\52\POLICY\MSFT\WINDOWS\NETWORKING\RTCDLL\RTCDLL.MAN" on line 0.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? what exactly does the check build mean?Please help Thanks Thursday, July 10, 2008 4:08 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote  Bones212 wrote: I am using the But that's what causes me to suspect a hardware compatibility issue. I'm going to try a different source for the code.

Reply Erhan January 3rd, 2004 Hi everybody..I'm from Turkey and I have good news for u all 2 fiz all these *.man errors… In addition to all these methodologies and Richard's Back to top #10 super goku super goku Topic Starter Members 164 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:07 AM Posted 26 June 2007 - 08:39 AM If there was a hardware incompatibility,