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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Oracle10g AS R-1 9.0.4.0.0 Installation Stops & Gives Error

    Hi Guys,
    I am just trying to install Oracle10g Application Server R-1 9.0.4.0.0 on Windows-2000 SP-4 Platform. The machine where i am installing this Application Server is alos loaded & updated with IE5.5.

    I started the installation from the CD Media (recvd. from Oracle) and installation started OK. During copying of the files from 2nd CD, at 42% it gives the Error Message and OUI stops: The Error is:
    "\ORACLE\INFRA10G\javavm\admin\orajox9oracle_sql.d ll [Data Error(cyclic redundancy check)]" Here, \ORACLE\INFRA10G is my Infra Instance Home Path.

    I retried it but it does not help. I could not get anything on Metalink. And this is just a Windows-2000 New installation. There is no other programs loaded on this machine.

    Could anybody help me in this regard.? Or any Workaround. I need to install the Oracle10gAS R-1 and setup our application on that server. Please help as how i can get ahead with the installation. Thanks & awaiting ur response asap.

    Regards,
    Kamesh Rastogi
    Oracle DBA (9i)
    Indo Gulf - Jagdishpur
    - KR

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    > [Data Error(cyclic redundancy check)]
    To me this indicates either bad media or hardware failure.
    The CRC is a glorified parity check to ensure data integrity.
    So something is seriously amiss & OUI correctly refuses to proceed.
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    HI Thanks.
    Yes! it was a media error which was being reported in Event Viewer. Since it was being flased inside OUI, i thought something with Oracle...& got confused. Yes..!! It was because of CRC error. Thanks.

    Regards,
    Kamesh Rastogi
    - KR

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