I have two releases associated with a single .wsi. The first is a downloadable .exe that does not have any of the database features that are associated with the second .msi release.

If a target machine has the first release installed (the .exe without the database features) and then somebody tries to install the .msi release (without first uninstalling the .exe release), the following error message appears:

Error 1316: A network error occurred while attempting to read from the file: D (CD drive):\wis1af33089ab214f9b8c4874cb82ad0fa5_4_0.msi

Is this because there are features on the .msi that are not included on the .exe release? How can I prevent this error from occuring if I want a user to be able to install the .exe release and subsequently install database features from the .msi release (without having to first uninstall the .exe release)?
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Got similar problem error msg here and trying to fix.

Assistance appreciated. Just done an upgrade and .MSI will not install.
Answered 11/15/2004 by: joyfp
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Answered 11/15/2004 by: joyfp
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joyp,

The problem was fixed by assigning a new, unique package code to each release every time a new installation is built.
Answered 11/15/2004 by: SourceAndBuggy
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Initially I had "Don't Update or Recompress Files while Saving(MSI Only)" option UNCHECKED in my MSI.
After I modified registry, cleaned up some files, I "CHECKED" the above option in WISE-->Product Details. After saving the MSI with above option checked, when I tried to install on a clean box, I got the "Error 1316 Network Error".
So I went back to my MSI, and resaved it with the above option UNCHECKED. This time, I could install the MSI successfully on a clean box.
Hope this helps.
Answered 10/27/2006 by: YRKUMAR
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