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#1 anzoanzo77

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 02:32 PM

how to get rid of this?


It says: file that you have trying to use in network is not available... I have to find EZARC.MSI

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 02:47 PM

Hello anzoanzo77 and welcome.
These types of errors happen because installation of a software application has not completed or a software application is attempting to repair itself because a file is missing or a registry entry was removed.

These errors can usually be resolved by inserting the software installation disc for the software application that is associated with the msi file. If the error occurs when Windows starts, restart the computer with the installation disc in the drive.

See more info here, Resolving MSI Startup Errors

If errors persist, you may be able to clean up the msi registry entries associated with the software installation by using Microsoft's Windows Installer Cleanup Utility (in English).


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