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that's unbeliveable I couldn't find any reasonable solution for this by couple of hours including microsoft support!!! 3/18/2008 2:48 PM Anonymous said... Skip to Content Open navigation Account Settings Notifications Followed Activities Logout Search Your browser does not support JavaScript. When I tried to install Apache which was also an .MSI installer, and it too had the same problem, there was something else going on.It turned out to be a permissions On the net, you can get a copy of the file in the event the missing one is a system file. http://powerproxy.net/error-1305/error-1305-microsoft.html

the first solution didn't work on my computer, but the second one (with copying msi file to the desktop) works fine. Sign in 4 Loading... Make sure that your MSI is not opened with Orca and is not being used by Visual Studio. The public key token should be b03f5f7f11d50a3a. recommended you read

TimLa Posted: Visual Studio Setup and Installation, Error 1305 Top It is sounding as though you may have a bad file on the media. There is a need for you to learn how to change the advanced tab settings in order to do this. for me, giving SYSTEM full access to the temp directory (rather than the place I wanted the files to go...) solved the problem. 3/22/2008 2:27 PM Anonymous said... This helped me to install Business Objects Enterprise XI 3.1.

  1. By removing SYSTEM, when the installer tried to run from account which did have access to the file and started to run it, it turned the file over to a system
  2. Enterprise Server and Development – Microsoft SQL Server.
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  4. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  5. Dave DeJonge Posted: Visual Studio Setup and Installation, Error 1305 Top I had trouble a while back installing an older SQL Server version on a then new laptop.
  6. Finally I've installed MySQL and Visual SVN Server...So happy now :D 6/12/2013 9:16 PM Anonymous said...
  7. All you have to do is open the control panel and proceed to system and security, it will then take you to the advanced system settings and begin changing it.
  8. Here's something that should help us determine the problem: Can you go to another machine, load the CD, and see if you can just copy the file in question to your

Also tried closing all instances of Visual Studio prior to testing. I think your explanation is clear, but I just don't understand which "root folder" I am supposed to change the setting for. Thank you so much for giving me this valuable info...Sree 7/25/2009 1:34 AM Anonymous said... Loading...

Thank a lot its realy work for me. 12/30/2007 12:12 AM Anonymous said... Thanks a lot you saved me from re-loading windows... Just adding my thanks! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8568860/deployment-project-fails-to-install-with-msi-error-1305 By giving SYSTEM access the problem was fixed.

You and everyone else who added helpful hints will hopefully get much good karma for sharing your knowledge with the world-at-large. 9/24/2011 5:13 PM Avinash said... Thanks- ahmedilyas Posted: Visual Studio Setup and Installation, Error 1305 Top invalid MSDOS function sounds like a corrupted media file to me although I would have also suggested TimLa's Norton and Kaspersky are common ones that cause this issue. This method would write the file into a folder with your own permissions.

well, "thanks" in advance. -Call Me Daddy 7/05/2010 8:35 PM xanpipherk said... http://microsoft.public.vsnet.setup.narkive.com/6jMtn3XI/error-1305 When you reach this, you can double the size of the PageFile when compared to the RAM memory. I probably explicitly removed all other admin/system accounts, and therein lied the problem. Close all open windows and applications.5.

Error Copying File or Folder – Cannot copy sql2005flinks.hxk: Invalid MS_DOS function. http://powerproxy.net/error-1305/error-1305-age-of-empires-3-pcmmc.html That solved it for me too! If the problem is not taken care as quickly as possible, tendency is it will worsen and you don't want that. Troubleshooting any problem first is the right thing to do than choosing to replace anything.

Please try the request again. So happy now :D 6/12/2013 9:15 PM Bere said... Thanks a lot!!! have a peek at these guys You can refer to some articles like: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/248263 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321339 Also, you can refer to this page to fix your error: http://www.ehow.com/how_6328671_fix-error-1305.html If you still encounter this error, you may have to

Sign in 31 3 Don't like this video? Saved my life - Thank you!!! 4/27/2007 1:13 PM Sank "Da Devil" Daru said... Finally I've installed MySQL and Visual SVN Server.

Not everyone installs to C: so it could be any drive.

Thanks for this - just fixed a problem I had reinstalling a copy of Symantec AV! 6/22/2006 3:07 PM Richard Sleegers said... Thanks a lot. TheBeyondeducation 26,384 views 6:29 Loading more suggestions... But adding SYSTEM did not help (actually it was there) 2/22/2008 1:15 AM Anonymous said...

Of course, there are often several, so try %WINDIR%\Temp and %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp.Edited: Mar, 2009As Meiki has said, a SUBST drive can cause a similar problem. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. I had the installer in my "secured" folder and had no permissions for SYSTEM accounts. check my blog You can also try a reboot before launching the MSI.

Well, thx a lot for sharing the solution. Glad that I found this. This solved my problem with installing MSSQL 2008 r2 on Win 2k3 Server completely.

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