If you have a MSI that does not need a MST file does adding one hurt? I ask since I have an MSI that when run works about 80% of the time and then the rest of the time will fail with an 1603 error. Someone said that if you add a .MST file you won't see the 1603 error. This does not make since to me since the MSI does not need a MST. So I thought I would ask this board.

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You could try installing it with verbose logging and see whats causing the error,
adding an unpopulated transform shouldnt make any difference..
Answered 03/23/2007 by: Tone
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