I created an install in VS .NET 2003 and my installed program didn't run correctly - it got an error when I called my first method in the vendor's dll I am using. Then I read the vendor doc and found out I needed merge modules. So I added them and rebuilt the install and now the install won't even run. I am getting

The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package.
This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2732.

I went back and looked at my build process, and I had these warnings

WARNING: Unable to find module dependency with signature 'OLEAUT32.8C0C59A0_7DC8_11D2_B95D_006097C4DE24'
WARNING: Unable to find module dependency with signature 'Psplog.9BBCFD04_FFD6_11D3_8865_00D0B717743C'

Does anyone know how to resolve this?

Please help. Thanks.
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I read a recommendation from someone (to someone with a similar problem) to open the WinINSTALL Console and reorder things to make sure nothing that shouldn't be before CostInitialize is - does anyone know how to open the WinINSTALL Console???
Answered 05/30/2007 by: MMock
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WinINSTALL is vendor software - from Attachmate?

I'm out of luck?
Answered 05/30/2007 by: MMock
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Don't think there are much people using WinINSTALL but they are going for Wise or InstallShield.
Have you tried to go to the vendor of WinINSTALL for help?

But basically what "Unable to find module dependency with signature" means is that the merge module you included requires (module dependency) other merge modules noted by the "signature".
Answered 05/31/2007 by: AngelD
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I am not using WinINSTALL either! Sorry about that - I didn't realize it was a vendor product, I thought it was Microsoft.

Anyway, I didn't find a solution but rather a workaround. Instead of adding the merge modules, there was an alternative way I could install the vendor's ocx and dll's I need.

And I think we will be using Wise!

Thank you.
Answered 05/31/2007 by: MMock
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