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Hey there,

I am using the Adobe Installshield tuner for creating a package to distribute Reader 7, with both the 7.0.1 and 7.0.2 updates. Everything works well except for the 7.0.2 installation. Each time the 7.0.2 exe kicks off before the 7.0.1 update is finished, resulting in an error. In the tuner program, I have tried checking the boxes to tell it to wait, with no luck. The 7.0.1 update works fine in exe format. I am using the /s /v/qb! switches for both updates. Running the 7.0.2 exe on it's own works fine, just not when I try to package it with 7.0 and 7.0.1. Any help on this would be most appreciated.

Thanks.
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use winzip or some such to rip the msi's out of the exe packages for the updates.
Answered 07/20/2005 by: goosey1
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I'm having the same issue. It appears that 7.0.2 kicks off before 7.0.1 completes. I've tried the "wait" checkboxes also with no luck.

I also tried using the "Direct Editor" under "Advanced Tools" to directly modify the CustomAction and InstallExecuteSequence tables using a post from psychoboust in another thread (Adobe Acrobat 7.0.1 Combined with Admin Install) as a guide. That didn't work either.

Anybody have any suggestions?
Answered 08/26/2005 by: kevin.johnson
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ORIGINAL: goosey1

use winzip or some such to rip the msi's out of the exe packages for the updates.


I don't know about nocalman, but I'm using the .MSIs in the transform, not the original .EXEs.
Answered 08/26/2005 by: kevin.johnson
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Answered 09/12/2005 by: harry12
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