I've read countless messages talking about solutions and tried them all... theoretically, yes.....but, as we all know, it's not a good idea to do these things when you're tired the machine is "lean and clean" and i'm in the process of rebuilding OS Vista Ultimate x64 CPU Athlon X2 3800+ Motherboard Asus A8R32MVP-DELUXE Memory 4 Go Crosair Graphics Card Radeon 4850 Sound Card Realtek Monitor(s) Displays 19" Screen Resolution 1280*1024 PSU 650W Seasonic Strictly Microsoft system management tools and our own home-grown extensions. http://roguewb.com/windows-installer/windows-installer-3-0.html
gone! (RESOLVED) Started by PARIAH , Mar 21 2008 11:56 AM Please log in to reply #1 PARIAH Posted 21 March 2008 - 11:56 AM PARIAH Member Member 42 posts The What's New? I create installers for one of many products that install onto a group of roughly 14,000 systems at my employer. Click Ok when you're done.
I found I don't need to uninstall or reinstall anything. Type in the following command "copy TrustedInstaller.exe C:\WINDOWS\servicing" the file should have successfully copied over. 13. Nobody does patches for this platform - it isn't worth the effort.
We're currently looking for a way to fix the problem properly, but in the mean time, here's how to turn off the "feature:" Solution #2: Open the Group Policy Editor by Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I found further information on the site and tried those and still nothing worked.
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Copy and paste by using the selection tool to choose the text you wish to copy. Refer A Friend! Plus, if you decided you don't like our newsletters (don't worry, you'll love them), unsubscribing is fast and easy. Expand the following branches: Local Computer Policy \ Computer Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ Windows Components \ Windows Installer Double-click Disable Windows Installer to your right, click Enabled, and choose
The easiest way to resolve this issue (for anyone coming across this page) I have found to be: -You will need access to another PC with Vista (make sure it's same navigate here So I opened services.msc and then stopped Windows Modules Installer. Join our site today to ask your question. by chuckieu / February 5, 2006 1:24 AM PST In reply to: Just a thought. . .
I have tried system restore, but the problem originated before the last restore point on my computer. On the next attempt, Windows Update SUCCEEDED! Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - *sigh* going from bad to worse.... Check This Out Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
If there is an installed product that was then patched, the base MSI can be provided, but since the installed product consists of MSI+patches, the actual installed product can't be rebuilt. I don't do patches. Copying and pasting is a better plan than typing it all out manually.
I get "Windows Module Installer has to be closed" at every boot up. The instructions read: "Open the Group Policy Editor by selecting Run from the Start Menu, and typing gpedit.msc. (If the file is missing, run mmc.exe instead. Thanks for the feedback, mostly just wanted a sanity check from someone more experienced with this stuff that there's really nothing to be done. :) On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.
Please try the request again. Patches are more problematical. did a clean up of the registry too, didn't help. this contact form Expand the branches to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ Microsoft\ Office\ 9.0\ Common.
It looks like you have some testing to do. --------------- Phil Wilson On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 8:23 AM, Walter Dexter <[hidden email]> wrote: > Hi, all. > > I Here's where your Vista DVD comes in handy (you may want to write down the instructions before shutting down the computer)... Contact your support personnel for assistanceNVMI found ithttp://www.softwarep...xpdownload.htmlI can't seem o delete the thread, though Edited by PARIAH, 23 March 2008 - 11:25 AM. 0 Advertisements Back to Windows XP, 2000,