Avery Wizard for Word gives huge amount of ICE30


I hope somebody here can help me because I really don't know how to fix this thing.
I'm trying to repackage Avery Wizard for Word 3.0 (everything works with MSI's here) but no matter what I try I keep getting ICE30 errors.. A huge amount of them.

The error I get is this one:
ERROR: The target file 'README.1st' is installed in 'TARGETDIR\PRODUCT' by two different components on an SFN system: 'Component1' and 'Component2'. This breaks component reference counting.

It's not like this in Wise, something seriously goes wrong while compiling.. The snapshot was near perfect but for some stupid reason I keep getting these erroros with the compiled MSI..

Is there anyone who could give me a hint on how to fix this?
I get over 3000 of these ICE30 errors so fixing them one by one by hand is not really an option...

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Answers (2)

Posted by: nheim 13 years ago
10th Degree Black Belt
Hi Michele,
don't reinvent the weel, please.
Avery Wizard 3.0 comes already as an MSI.
It's wrapped by an Installshield setup.exe
Just start the setup and go to the temp folder and look for a newly created folder 'is_xx'.
The extracted MSI will lie there together with the necessary is script engine.
copy this folder to a new location and stop the setup.
Now you have to make sure that the Script engine is being installed in front of AWW.
If you want to integrate the engine, please read this:
The MSI should work 'out of the box'.
Regards, Nick
Posted by: possamai 13 years ago
Orange Senior Belt
Ah crap.. why didn't I check that before I repackaged it.........................

Thanks for the info.. it sure makes things a lot easier...
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