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Windows 95/98/ME Setup "SU" Error Messages

CodeDescription
SU0010Setup has detected a Boot Manager partition on your computer. If you set up Windows, you will not be able to use Boot Manager. For more information, quit Setup, and read SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0011Setup has detected a password-protected partition on your hard disk. To set up Windows 95 (or Windows 98), you first need to remove the password protection. For more information, see SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0012Setup detected an OS/2 or Windows NT file system partition on your hard disk. Files on this partition will not be available when you use Windows 95 (or Windows 98). For more information, see SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0013Setup could not create files on your startup drive and cannot set up Windows. If you have HPFS or Windows NT file system, you must create an MS-DOS boot partition. If you have LANtastic server or SuperStor compression, disable it before running Setup. See SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.

You may receive this error message if you install Windows 95 over Windows 95 OSR2 and you are using the FAT32 file system on your hard disk. You may also receive this error message if you are running EZ Drive and you have the Floppy Boot Protection option enabled in EZ Drive. To resolve this behavior, disable the Floppy Boot Protection option in EZ Drive.
SU0014Setup has found a hardware device on your computer that is not responding. To try this device again, click Continue.

If you cannot resolve this behavior, quit Setup and any other programs that are running, shut down your computer, and then start your computer again. After your computer starts, run Setup again and choose Safe Recovery when you are prompted.
SU0015Setup detected a Windows NT file system partition on your hard disk. Files on this partition will not be available when you use Windows 95 (or Windows 98).
SU0016Setup has detected OS/2 files on your computer. If you set up Windows 95 (or Windows 98), you may not be able to use OS/2. For more information, quit Setup and read SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0018Setup could not create files on your startup drive and cannot set up Windows.

There may be too many files in the root directory of your startup drive, or your startup drive letter may have been remapped by network or compression software. For more information, see SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0019Setup has found commands in your AUTOEXEC.BAT or CONFIG.SYS files that are not compatible with Windows.

Setup creates backup copies of your existing Autoexec.bat and Config.sys files and creates new files, if necessary.
SU0129Setup was unable to determine your computer's hardware configuration. Setup cannot continue and will now close.

To resolve this behavior, shut down your computer, run Setup again, and then choose the Safe Recovery option.
SU0130Please make sure that your User name, Beta ID, and Password are correct.
SU0133Setup was unable to determine your system configuration by using full detection. Would you like to try again using minimal detection?

Note: If this doesn't work, run Setup again and choose Safe Recovery when prompted.
SU0135Setup was unable to properly identify all your hardware. To confirm your hardware settings, click Change Computer Settings.
SU0136Setup was unable to initialize Windows Help. Help may not be available during Windows Setup.
SU0139The directory you specified contains a version of Windows with a different character set. Setup cannot upgrade this version. Please choose a different directory.
SU0141Setup could not copy files needed for your startup disk. You can still continue with Setup without creating the startup disk. Click OK to continue.
SU0142Setup did not find enough free directory entries in the root of the following drives. Please delete some files or directories to make enough room. Setup needs at least more free entries on drive.
SU0147Setup did not find enough free directory entries in the root of your startup drive. Please delete some files or directories to make enough room, and then run Setup again. Setup needs at least X more free entries on this drive. Where "X" is a replaceable parameter.
SU0151Setup could not verify that your computer has the minimum amount of memory (RAM) required to run Windows 95 (or Windows 98). Do you want to continue with Setup?
SU0152Your computer has X bytes of memory (RAM). Windows 95 (or Windows 98) requires a minimum of X bytes. You must install more memory before setting up Windows 95 (or Windows 98).
SU0153Drive X, the host drive for the compressed X drive, must have at least X bytes free to set up Windows. Free some disk space, and then run Setup again.
SU0156Setup has found Pen Extensions 1.0 installed on your computer. If you proceed with Setup, these will be removed. To continue with Setup, click OK. To quit Setup, click Cancel.
SU0159The directory X you specified contains a Windows NT installation. Setup cannot install Windows in this directory. Please choose a different directory.
SU0160The directory X which is needed to install Windows into already contains a Windows installation. Please choose a different installation directory.
SU0161The directory X which is needed to install Windows into already contains a Windows installation. Setup will choose a directory for you, which you can change later.
SU0162The directory X contains a Windows NT installation. Setup cannot install into this directory. Setup will choose a directory for you, which you can change later.
SU0163The directory X you specified contains an MS-DOS installation. Please choose a different directory.
SU0164Setup cannot upgrade the version of Windows in %1, because you are running Windows from a different directory. Please choose a different directory.
SU0165The specified path contains an invalid character (for example, \344, \374, \366, \350, \343, \346). Please specify a valid path.
SU0167The specified directory contains a directory named 'desktop' that you must move or rename before Setup can continue. For more information, see SETUP.TXT on Setup Disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM.
SU0168Your computer already has an operating system installed, which cannot be upgraded by this version of Setup. Please obtain the Windows 95 (or Windows 98) Upgrade.
SU0325Windows Millennium setup cannot continue.

This issue can be caused by a corrupted .cab file that has been copied to the hard disk. This corruption can be caused by a virus or by failing hardware, but is most likely to be caused by a scratched, dirty, or damaged CD-ROM.
SU0335Setup could not determine your hardware settings. There may be a missing or damaged Setup file or there may not be enough memory to continue. Free some memory and then run Setup again.
SU0343Setup could not create X. Make sure you specified a valid drive letter and directory name. Also make sure the directory name does not conflict with existing files on your drive.
SU0344The Windows directory X you have specified does not currently exist. Please verify that the path is correct.
SU0346Setup cannot upgrade Windows. The directory X does not contain a valid Windows installation. Please specify another directory.
SU0347Setup cannot upgrade Windows in . You must have version 3.0 of Windows or later in order to upgrade. Specify another directory in the New Directory box.
SU0349A mismatched SETUPX.DLL is loaded. Setup cannot continue. Quit all Windows and MS-DOS-based programs, and then try again. Or quit Windows and then run Setup from MS-DOS.
SU0350Setup was unable to display the Nondisclosure Agreement. Setup will now close. This issue can occur because of issues with the License.txt file or because the computer is running low on memory.
SU0358Setup detected one or more MS-DOS-based programs running on your computer. Close your MS-DOS programs, and then click OK to continue. Or, click Cancel to quit Setup.
SU0360Setup could not create X. Type a drive letter and directory name to specify where you want to set up Windows 95 (or Windows 98). An example of a valid entry is C:\WINDOWS.
SU0361A Windows registry file was found. If Windows 95 (or Windows 98) is installed in another directory, continuing with Setup will disable it. Do you want to continue?
SU0362It is not recommended that Setup continue without the proper amount of disk space free. If you continue, Setup may run out of disk space and not complete successfully.
SU0365This option may remove drivers that are needed for your computer to start, including commands that might start a network.
SU0366This option disables some of the commands in your AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS files to ensure that Windows 95 (or Windows 98) installs correctly and uses the fastest drivers.
SU0369Setup will now remove all optional components. In a later screen you will be able to select which components to install. Continue?
SU0370Windows cannot be installed onto a network drive in this mode. Type a local drive letter and directory name to specify where you want to set up Windows 95 (or Windows 98). An example of a valid entry is C:\\WINDOWS.
SU0403Didn't find file X to convert to new registry format.
SU0404Setup is already running.
SU0406Windows 95 (or Windows 98) requires at least a 386 processor to run.
SU0409Error - Cannot find the X file.
SU0409Warning - Windows Setup was unable to update your system files. This may be caused by virus detection that is built in to your computer, or by virus detection software running on your computer. To disable built in virus detection, you will need to run the configuration program that came with your computer, or contact your computer's manufacturer. To disable virus- detection software running on your computer, you may need to remove the lines that start the program from your AUTOEXEC.BAT or CONFIG.SYS files. After you have disabled the virus detection, restart your computer, and then run Setup again.
SU0409You may receive this error message if the WildFile Inc. GoBack program is installed on your computer. It is recommended that you disable the program before you proceed with Setup.
SU0410Cannot open X. This file may be missing or damaged, or there may not be enough memory to continue. Free some memory and then try again. Setup will now close.
SU0433Setup could not load the required INF files. Setup will now close.
SU0434Error loading INF files X.
SU0507The following problem occurred while Setup was analyzing your computer: Setup cannot continue and will now close.
SU0515Setup was unable to configure your network components. To continue without network support, click Yes. To quit Setup, click No.
SU0516Setup ran into problems while trying to set up the following device on your computer: X

Setup will attempt to install this device later. If problems persist, run Setup again and choose Safe Recovery when prompted. Click OK to continue.
SU0700You cannot upgrade Windows in AT mode setup. Specify another directory in the New Directory box.
SU0701You cannot do upgrade Setup over English mode Windows. Specify another directory in the New Directory box, or quit Setup and turn it into Japanese mode, then run Setup again.
SU5019Setup Error SU5019. Control Data Corrupt.
SU5038Error in command line. You may receive this error message if there is a Setup command line error. For example, if there are invalid arguments passed to Setup.exe.
SU8072Setup could not find UI resources.
SU8073Character Windows could not start.
SU8074Setup encountered an error with a window class or window creation.
SU8075The display failed to switch to graphics mode.
SU8077Setup encountered an invalid HINSTvalue.
SU8078The UI was initialized twice.
SU8079An unknown error occurred.
SU8080Exit by user request.
SU8128The directory X cannot be created because a file already exists with that name. Click OK to rename the file X to Y. Click Cancel to quit Setup.
SU8129The drive X is compressed using a beta version of DoubleSpace. Please update this drive to the released version, or uncompress it before installing Windows.
SU8130The drive X is a partially converted DriveSpace drive. Please finish converting this drive before installing Windows.
SU995038Invalid command option specified. Please check the command line and try again, or type setup /? for help on the Setup command options. (ox13ae)
Change DirectoryYou cannot select another directory when running Windows 95. If you need to install Windows to a different directory, you must run Setup from MS-DOS.
Crosslinked FilesThere is a crosslinked file on drive X. Please run SCANDISK.EXE from Setup disk 1 or the Windows CD-ROM to fix the problem. Setup cannot continue.
Directory Already
Exists
The directory X already exists. If you continue, files in this directory may be overwritten. Do you want to continue with the specified directory?
Machine DirectoryYou need to specify a machine directory to continue.
Problem with Drive           There seems to be a problem with drive X. Please run ScanDisk or CHKDSK to fix the problem. Setup cannot continue.
UPIA Product Identification Number is required to set up Windows 95 (or Windows 98).
Virtual Machine%s cannot run from an MS-DOS Prompt within Windows. Run %s from Windows.