Suddenly can't install anything.

#61
Unable to install msi on Windows 7

Hi,
I have a ASP.Net 3.5 webservice and I created the msi using the Web Setup project. I used to build and deploy all the time previously when I had a XP machine, now that I have replaced with a new machine which has Windows 7, I am facing the problem. When I double click the msi, all it does it brings up the first window and the caption reads Installation Incomplete and only action I can take at that point is cancel out of the window. I am unsure what the issue is. I tried looking in the EventViewer to see if anything got logged in there, but found nothing. On this new machine I have enabled ASP.Net by going to the Framework64 folder of Microsoft.Net and registered using aspnet_regiis -i and that I was able to do by going to the VS command prompt as an Administrator. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks
 


#62
Not Fixed My Problem

Same problem as those from the first few pages, i have tried to delete Machine Throttling from reg edit, however i dont have it. I tried the MS official CMD version of the fix and got a operation completed message but no change in the problem.

I haven't been able to install a single MSI based program on windows 7 yet. Please Help!!!
 


#63
Should be fixed but NOT

Same problem as those from the first few pages, i have tried to delete Machine Throttling from reg edit, however i dont have it. I tried the MS official CMD version of the fix and got a operation completed message but no change in the problem.

I haven't been able to install a single MSI based program on windows 7 yet. Please Help!!!
I too am having the same problems... I have deleted the registry and disabled the Customer Service Improvement. In addition, I am having issues with itunes and quicktime. Neither will even start to run. When I try to start itunes gives me a message that "Apple Application Support was not found.... Please uninstall and install again.... Error 2" Is there a way to uninstall and re-install the installer? I am at a loss and would love to add some software that needs .msi


Appreciative.
 


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