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Windows Server 2003 domain administrator password recovery

Windows Server 2003 domain administrator password recovery problems and solutions.

Problem:
I keep receiving this error message:
“INF File txtsetup.sif is corrupt or missing, status 14. Setup cannot continue. Press any key to exit.”
The machine I need to recover cannot boot from CDRom, but I did test this on a few machines where the passwords are already known. For two systems (an HP laptop running XP, and another system running 2003), the CDRom boot works fine, but I get this same error when booting from USB. On a third system (running XP), the CD works fine, but the USB reports “NTDetect Failed”.
I have tried two different brand USB sticks, and reinstalled the software 2-3x on each one. None of these steps have helped.
Thank you for the prompt response. However, the new .exe you sent me performs identically to the last in my case. I cannot get the USB image to boot on a total of 5 computers, 3 of which are known computers on my personal domain (my 2003 server, my XP laptop, and one of my XP desktops). The two “unknown” computers include a windows 2003 server (domain controller) and one of the workstations from that domain (running XP).
All but one of these computers can boot from CDROM, and this works fine – but the one I really need is the “unknown” 2003 server/domain controller which cannot recognize an IDE CDRom at the same time as the SATA RAID drives the operating system resides on – so USB is the only option.

I get two different errors on my systems, on the one that is closest to booting from the USB (but that I don’t really need, as it belongs to my personal domain), reports “NTDETECT FAILED”. The one I really need (the 2003 server), gives me the
“INF File txtsetup.sif is corrupt or missing, status 14. Setup cannot continue. Press any key to exit.”

Solutions to recover server 2003 domain administrator password:
You can try the following way to solve the problem:
1. Format your USB flash drive, and try again.
2. Try another USB flash drive.
3. Try this new program:

New program: windowspasswordsreset.com/downloads/spower-windows-password-reset-pe.zip

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