Flash Player 9. Opened the msi to import a reg key into the package. When saving the changes, 4 errors pop up saying 'Flash9.ocx located in internal cabinet file Data1.cab could not be compressed. Therefore I cannot save the msi with the changes. Got a similar error on another package. Both have merge modules. Anyone come across this before?

Thanking in advance.
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try manually adding the reg key in msi opened with orca.
Answered 08/03/2006 by: bheers
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Will creating an MST not solve this problem ...

sorry if you have known and tried this earlier..[;)]
Answered 08/03/2006 by: slb
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Probably, but it's a vendor msi...don't want to fix what's not broken. However, all things exhausted, I guess I'll be going that way. Cheers. Will try the ORCA method first.
Answered 08/03/2006 by: Stonopack
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Cheers Bheers! Worked sweetly.[;)]
Answered 08/03/2006 by: Stonopack
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