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Computer Simplicity
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      11-29-2012
Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD
Tried to download over the 'net with the same error
report.
Is there a Fix out there which deals with this?

I can't find the msiexec in the place it is supposed to be.
I don't want to tinker any more.
(Tried some of the advice which failed)

All the "help" and "Fix" programs I have tried were loaders
for toolbars and other devices for malware and spyware.

Would appreciate some help for a user with no desire for
complications.

Percy.
 
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Gene E. Bloch
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      11-29-2012
On Thu, 29 Nov 2012 19:28:29 -0000, Computer Simplicity wrote:

> Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD
> Tried to download over the 'net with the same error
> report.
> Is there a Fix out there which deals with this?
>
> I can't find the msiexec in the place it is supposed to be.
> I don't want to tinker any more.
> (Tried some of the advice which failed)
>
> All the "help" and "Fix" programs I have tried were loaders
> for toolbars and other devices for malware and spyware.
>
> Would appreciate some help for a user with no desire for
> complications.
>
> Percy.


Try one or more of the following:

1. Set Windows Explorer to show hidden files

2. Set Windows Explorer not to hide protected operating system files

3. Run sfc

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      11-30-2012
"Computer Simplicity" wrote:

> Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD Tried to download
> over the 'net with the same error report. Is there a Fix out there
> which deals with this?
>
> I can't find the msiexec in the place it is supposed to be. I don't
> want to tinker any more. (Tried some of the advice which failed)
>
> All the "help" and "Fix" programs I have tried were loaders
> for toolbars and other devices for malware and spyware.


So have any of the "Fix" programs included Microsoft's FixIt wizards?

"Fix the problem with Microsoft Windows Update that is not working"
http://support.microsoft.com/mats/windows_update/

"How do I reset Windows Update components?"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058

Did you check if your BITS service will start? It's startup mode is
Manual but see if you can start it (and, if so, then stop it).
 
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      11-30-2012

"VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
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> "Computer Simplicity" wrote:
>
>> Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD Tried to download
>> over the 'net with the same error report. Is there a Fix out there
>> which deals with this?
>>
>> I can't find the msiexec in the place it is supposed to be. I don't
>> want to tinker any more. (Tried some of the advice which failed)
>>
>> All the "help" and "Fix" programs I have tried were loaders
>> for toolbars and other devices for malware and spyware.

>
> So have any of the "Fix" programs included Microsoft's FixIt wizards?
>
> "Fix the problem with Microsoft Windows Update that is not working"
> http://support.microsoft.com/mats/windows_update/
>
> "How do I reset Windows Update components?"
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058
>
> Did you check if your BITS service will start? It's startup mode is
> Manual but see if you can start it (and, if so, then stop it).
>

Tried MS fixes for update components. No difference for me,
though they calim to have fixed something.
I notice from some of the suggestions that dllcache and msiexe are
missing from where they are assumed to be.

Where is BITS? not in my Services.msc.

I tried one fix which needed a packed file in Desktop, then use
Merge. That didn't come off either.
I suppose that all these fixes assume files are in one place while
they are actually in another?

Percy

 
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      11-30-2012
"Computer Simplicity" wrote:

> "VanguardLH" wrote ...
>
>> "Computer Simplicity" wrote:
>>
>>> Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD Tried to download
>>> over the 'net with the same error report. Is there a Fix out there
>>> which deals with this?

>>
>> Did you check if your BITS service will start? It's startup mode is
>> Manual but see if you can start it (and, if so, then stop it).

>
> Where is BITS? not in my Services.msc.


BITS = Background Intelligent Transfer Service

If it doesn't start up okay then you cannot do Windows updates.
 
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Computer Simplicity
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      12-05-2012

"VanguardLH" <> wrote in message
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> "Computer Simplicity" wrote:
>
>> Trying to load a Samsung PC Sudio from supplied CD Tried to download
>> over the 'net with the same error report. Is there a Fix out there
>> which deals with this?
>>
>> I can't find the msiexec in the place it is supposed to be. I don't
>> want to tinker any more. (Tried some of the advice which failed)
>>
>> All the "help" and "Fix" programs I have tried were loaders
>> for toolbars and other devices for malware and spyware.

>
> So have any of the "Fix" programs included Microsoft's FixIt wizards?
>
> "Fix the problem with Microsoft Windows Update that is not working"
> http://support.microsoft.com/mats/windows_update/
>
> "How do I reset Windows Update components?"
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058
>
> Did you check if your BITS service will start? It's startup mode is
> Manual but see if you can start it (and, if so, then stop it).
>

I began to get reports that differing programs were unable to use this
updating service. I restored to a point about 6 months ago which seems
to have worked.
Thanks for the help.

 
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