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NewsArchive
11-20-1996, 01:00 AM
During my installation process I'm getting the error displayed in the
subject line.

I have checked all you newsgroups, all product information on your web site
as well as microsofts, with no success at all.

I have even updated the Kernel32.dll to the newest at microsofts site (if
you haven't, you may want to they found some serious memory leaks in the
previous versions)

Still I can't install our product on any PC's without this problem
occurring. We will be experiencing serious problems with our customers if
we can't get it fixed in the next few days.

Can I get a list of all the dependent dlls for IS Express pro v 1.1. Also,
where is this message comming from and how do I get around the problem?

Help!!!!

Bill Bartlett

NewsArchive
03-06-1997, 01:00 AM
Bill Bartlett wrote:
>
> During my installation process I'm getting the error displayed in the
> subject line.
>
> I have checked all you newsgroups, all product information on your web site
> as well as microsofts, with no success at all.
>
> I have even updated the Kernel32.dll to the newest at microsofts site (if
> you haven't, you may want to they found some serious memory leaks in the
> previous versions)
>
> Still I can't install our product on any PC's without this problem
> occurring. We will be experiencing serious problems with our customers if
> we can't get it fixed in the next few days.
>
> Can I get a list of all the dependent dlls for IS Express pro v 1.1. Also,
> where is this message comming from and how do I get around the problem?
>
> Help!!!!
>
> Bill Bartlett

I've exactly the same problem installing a Delphi application on Windows
95.
It seems that the installation of ODBC drivers seems to be the cause.
For more information look at InstallShields Knowledge Base at the
following link:
http://kb.installshield.com/isxkb/2252.htm

NewsArchive
05-29-1997, 12:00 AM
I have same problem, but I am not using the ODBC files referenced in the
article.

Todd@CFRS.mdc.com

Gerard Chong <GERARD_CHONG@Non-HP-Switzerland-om1.om.hp.com> wrote in
article <331EF6A2.276C@Non-HP-Switzerland-om1.om.hp.com>...
> Bill Bartlett wrote:
> >
> > During my installation process I'm getting the error displayed in the
> > subject line.
> >
> > I have checked all you newsgroups, all product information on your web
site
> > as well as microsofts, with no success at all.
> >
> > I have even updated the Kernel32.dll to the newest at microsofts site
(if
> > you haven't, you may want to they found some serious memory leaks in
the
> > previous versions)
> >
> > Still I can't install our product on any PC's without this problem
> > occurring. We will be experiencing serious problems with our customers
if
> > we can't get it fixed in the next few days.
> >
> > Can I get a list of all the dependent dlls for IS Express pro v 1.1.
Also,
> > where is this message comming from and how do I get around the problem?
> >
> > Help!!!!
> >
> > Bill Bartlett
>
> I've exactly the same problem installing a Delphi application on Windows
> 95.
> It seems that the installation of ODBC drivers seems to be the cause.
> For more information look at InstallShields Knowledge Base at the
> following link:
> http://kb.installshield.com/isxkb/2252.htm
>

NewsArchive
06-02-1997, 12:00 AM
Same problem here. Version ISX2.


Shawn

Todd Hampson wrote:
>
> I have same problem, but I am not using the ODBC files referenced in the
> article.
>
> Todd@CFRS.mdc.com
>
> Gerard Chong <GERARD_CHONG@Non-HP-Switzerland-om1.om.hp.com> wrote in
> article <331EF6A2.276C@Non-HP-Switzerland-om1.om.hp.com>...
> > Bill Bartlett wrote:
> > >
> > > During my installation process I'm getting the error displayed in the
> > > subject line.
> > >
> > > I have checked all you newsgroups, all product information on your web
> site
> > > as well as microsofts, with no success at all.
> > >
> > > I have even updated the Kernel32.dll to the newest at microsofts site
> (if
> > > you haven't, you may want to they found some serious memory leaks in
> the
> > > previous versions)
> > >
> > > Still I can't install our product on any PC's without this problem
> > > occurring. We will be experiencing serious problems with our customers
> if
> > > we can't get it fixed in the next few days.
> > >
> > > Can I get a list of all the dependent dlls for IS Express pro v 1.1.
> Also,
> > > where is this message comming from and how do I get around the problem?
> > >
> > > Help!!!!
> > >
> > > Bill Bartlett
> >
> > I've exactly the same problem installing a Delphi application on Windows
> > 95.
> > It seems that the installation of ODBC drivers seems to be the cause.
> > For more information look at InstallShields Knowledge Base at the
> > following link:
> > http://kb.installshield.com/isxkb/2252.htm
> >

NewsArchive
08-08-1997, 12:00 AM
Group,

I haven't logged into theis newgroup in a while. I was able to resolve my
own problem by reviewing the _deisreg.isr file that ends up in the
<INSTALLDIR>. It was a problem relating to the inability to commit files
to the registry. This file holds a list of all files that are registered
during the install. The last statement should be
files = ## (where ## is the number of files registered). If it crashes the
last file listed was unable to be registered. This is likely due to
corruption in the file while being compressed/uncompressed by the
Installshield application. I had this happen for months, ended up
formatting my hard drvie and the issue went away. I think it's related to
disk fragmentation, or heavy disk activity durint the disk built process
from multi-tasking.

Hope this helps.
Bill.