Hello,

Hope i can find some help here, i have very big troubles with installing
new software (wich uses .net framework 2.0 or 3.0), and it says always
the same error 2237...(see pic)




As you can see i tryd to repair (and remove offcourse) the installtion of net framework 3.0,
but i get same error, it is with installing software and removing and repair, so google time
i thought with that error, all say simple ye its a "string" fault in package of installer but it is not
its again something with *#*$*@ Winblows, i have tryd Perfect Uninstaller and thought yeeeeeh
the bloody software is gone but nope when i have a new 3.0 framework installer it says i already
have the package :S so i am screwed, cant use my Vegas video-edit program nomore because
3.0 is now screwed-up:( And new XP is not an option because i have this like 2 weeks this xp...


Greets
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If you're not able to get it to install due to the "already installed" statement you could always use msizap to remove any references to .NET Framework and then install it again.
Answered 04/16/2008 by: AngelD
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2237 = Database: [2]. Invalid or missing query string: [3].

Normally I'd say that something is *seriously* wrong with either the MSI or MST you're using. However, it looks like you're attempting to install direct from the web. What happens if you 'Save to disk' and run the saved file?

As ever, ProcMon and verbose logging will take you a long way down the diagnostic road.
Answered 04/16/2008 by: VBScab
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thx for the reply's,

but i dont get a change to install msizap:S see pic



And for the other comment, it doesnt matter via i-net, i have tryd that to yes, it have nothing
todo with installing via inet or from disk, its about corrupt .net framework which
i cant remove or repair.

And btw process monittor is indeed al long way, it keeps counting events so i hacve no idea or were
my registry is of installing what i do, guess M% cant even make a simple program like snoopdos on amiga
15 years ago jeez

sorry getting frustating of that *#*$* winblows
Answered 04/16/2008 by: SphinxRa28
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For MSIZap, there's nothing to install - it's a stand-alone EXE, although it *is* part of the SDK. Install the SDK on another machine and copy MSIZap.EXE to a pen drive or network location.

As for ProcMon, it defaults to showing you ALL the processes running on your machine, but it's a trvial matter to exclude those which you don't want to view. Stop the capture (Ctrl+E), right-click with the cursor over the process name and then select 'Exclude [name_of_process]'. Restart the capture (Ctrl+E).
Answered 04/16/2008 by: VBScab
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Hum tryd that but that one needs framework 2.0, cant install that to:S
and i am not able to install it on another machine, so can maybe
send it to me at [email=sphinx_ra28@hotmail.com]sphinx_ra28@hotmail.com[/email] ???

Ah okay, i give it a try i think....

And thx to my big love she installed the SDK software
and send me the MSIZap.exe and geuss what?
it doesnt start here or at her place, just a fast black sceen comes up and gone:S
yihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa long live windows a OS build on DOS of 20 years ago...


thx for the reply
Answered 04/16/2008 by: SphinxRa28
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