At 2 PM i got this error
Event Type: Error
Event Source: MsiInstaller
Event Category: None
Event ID: 11904
Date: 2/25/2009
Time: 2:40:49 PM
User: USER-2B16128AE7\nps
Computer: USER-2B16128AE7
Product: nero8 -- Error 1904. Module C:\Program Files\Common Files\Nero\Lib\BCGPOleAcc.dll failed to register. HRESULT -2147010895. Contact your support personnel.
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0000: 7b 38 46 44 35 34 35 37 {8FD5457
0008: 44 2d 32 39 38 42 2d 34 D-298B-4
0010: 38 45 41 2d 39 36 46 39 8EA-96F9
0018: 2d 38 35 32 32 36 32 43 -852262C
0020: 33 41 45 31 38 7d 3AE18}

This package was made for SP2 and I was installing this on SP3. Then uninstalled it and tried the version I had made and tested on SP3. Same error. I tried rebooting also but same result.

Finally I left it alone and then tried it at 11PM and it is working now. The only change I have done is to change my C drive to NTFS.

Where should I search more in such cases? Or just test it once more elsewhere and consider it solved?
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The only change I have done is to change my C drive to NTFS. You're *seriously* running XP with FAT32? I'm speechless...
Answered 02/25/2009 by: VBScab
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I had freshly imaged my new PC from a xp3 ghost image. That is why it was in fat32.

I prefer to keep my ghost images in fat format. They can be edited at will. I have added c:\task1.bat, c:\task2.bat to run in sysprep. They start various installations or convert.exe etc or useradd etc

I am on NTFS now. BTW I used my last 750 GB hdd in fat32 for months.
Answered 02/25/2009 by: dvdzonenz
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remove the offending dll from the selfreg table.
Answered 02/25/2009 by: aogilmor
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It is working now. I think it starts working after VMWare is installed. I will find more and post more details.

Also FAT32 is more useful than most people realise. I just had 4 files larger than 4 GB (Suse and Debian .iso files)

I just one PC and boot it as windows XP, Centos 5.2 and OSX. Even Windows XP does not support NTFS of Windows 2003.

HDD 1= Western Digital 1T, 2x FAT 32 partitions
HDD 2=Seagate 1TB, 300 mb fat, 200 MB NTFS, and 500 mb fat
hdd 3= 200 gb, 30 gb OSX and rest Centos 5.2

500 mb fat on HDD2 has movies and Virtual Machines together. When a virtual machine goes bigger than few movies go out.

So, this setup is not as backward as some of you may have thought!
Answered 02/25/2009 by: dvdzonenz
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