Come on guys, I need some help here. I have an entire 31 machine lab not installing a needed package due to Error 1704. I have determined that the "Error 1704 Cleanup Utility 1.0" will fix my issues, but all the links I can find for it online are all dead!!!! I know someone must have this on their hard drive.
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Error 1704 Cleanup Utility 1.0

http://www.reg4down.com/20/software_3002-2094-10133202.htm.

Name: Error 1704 Cleanup Utility 1.0

The above link contains a download of an Error 1704 Cleaner
Answered 10/01/2004 by: oofemioo
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As with all other links I managed to find they are all dead!! Darn it all to heck.

No worries though it is sorted out, but it would be nice to have this utility.
Answered 10/06/2004 by: cdupuis
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Hi cdupuis,

Ive posted the correct link. The broken was missing the l off the end of html

http://www.reg4down.com/20/software_3002-2094-10133202.html

Cheers!
Answered 10/07/2004 by: calis
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the download link is still dead.
Answered 10/08/2004 by: rebelpeon
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Check out this site's own MSI Error Reference page at http://www.appdeploy.com/faq/msi_errors/detail.asp?id=6

There's a valid CNET.com download link there, as well as reference explaining why it happens (personally, I'd rather have that than I tool I don't know how it works).

The download link at www.reg4down.com probably wasn't working because the program author, Chris Millard, is converting his website (http://www.chrismillard.com/) to Mambo.
Answered 10/21/2004 by: ewall
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