A. If you generate a slipstream installation from a nonbootable CD-ROM and then use the four Win2K setup floppy disks to boot your system, you receive the following message:

The following value in the .SIF file used by setup is corrupted or missing:
Value '0' on the line in section \[SourceDiskFiles\] with key "SP1.CAB"

To resolve the problem, replace the txtsetup.sif file on the first setup floppy with the txtsetup.sif file in the updated I386 folder.

To slipstream install Win2K and a service pack, see How can I use slipstreaming to install Windows 2000 and a service pack at the same time?