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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 26938] - Interrupted Installation
Date Tue, 20 Sep 2005 20:53:02 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From mchaka@otitsun.oulu.fi  2005-09-20 22:53 -------
(I have no clue what happened, but I ended up creating a new bug and replying to
a wrong one. Hopefully this comes to the right place!)

Same problem here. WinXP + SP2. So far I've tried 1.3.33 exe and msi installers
packages and 2.0.54 msi installer package. Haven't tried previous versions.
Installation stops before I'm able to select anything.

HOWEVER I've managed to do something that looked like an installation. I tried
msiexec /a installation_package.msi
but had no clue about what it actually did and meant. It just asked me the
location and installed something there. There's some msi-package and a load of
other stuff in that directory. Executing the msi ends up with the well known
result. I feel it just downloaded (or extracted) all the installation stuff
there. At least no new applications were added to the Windows' app list.

Before that I tried these with no effect:
- removing firewall & anti-virus
- granting full permissions to Everyone and SYSTEM on the installation files &
directory paths
- I even changed permissions of 'Documents and Settings\Local Settings\Temp'
- different installation file locations
- installed the very latest installer from Microsoft Downloads
- verified that files are ok

Has anyone (who has further undestanding about the MS Installer) checked the
files that appear in the Temp directory during the installation? There are some
ini files. However I'm not sure they have anything to do with the installation.

My installation log file contains things mentioned above.

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