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i package real player 10 and went i try install it i get this error 1913 couldn't update the ini file on my h:\drive\path\path for the state.ini file but i look there and the file is there and i have full rights to the files and if i put the file on my c:\drive real doesn't work

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Posted by: bheers 15 years ago
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if H: is a network drive, i usually add the ini file as a file in a component instead of putting it in the ini file table/ini File Changes.
Posted by: WiseUser 15 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
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Are you running XP SP2? This might be due to the following issue:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=823116
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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i will try that see if it works
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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i am not running sp2 i am on sp1
Posted by: WiseUser 15 years ago
Fourth Degree Brown Belt
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You could try installing the MSI 3.0 update from here:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5fbc5470-b259-4733-a914-a956122e08e8&DisplayLang=en

That should fix the problem.
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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that new version did fix the problem thanks but is that the only work around??
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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i think there is something wrong with package does any one have it already package that they can send to me
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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is there a registry key turn off the register screen from coming up
Posted by: dfinley 15 years ago
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You can do a silent installation of Realplayer using the vendor's executable - for Realplayer 10.5 Gold the command line is: RealPlayer10-5GOLD_bb.exe /s Turning off the registration for every user is a real pain with this one though since it asks every user the first time they launch it.

You may want to check out the free version of RealPlayer Enterprise instead, which has a similar silent install command line: entinst.exe -s I've yet to find any documentation on additional command line switches, but I suspect there are others for at least the Enterprise version (there is a Management Console you can buy with the Enterprise version to further customize the unattended install).

With RealPlayer Enterprise, turning off registration is much easier since it only asks one time the first time you install it. I've found there there are a couple of registry keys in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\RealNetworks\Preferences and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Software\RealNetworks\RealOneEnt\6.0\Preferences that you can set ahead of time to completely eliminate the registration prompt as well.
Posted by: Wozik 15 years ago
Orange Belt
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Try to set this key under HKCU hive:
Software\RealNetworks\RealPlayer\6.0\Preferences\LastLoginTime
with value pointing the time in the future, eg. 999999999999999999

It causes that none windows are shown after the application is lunched.
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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were can i get the free version of RealPlayer Enterprise from

thanks
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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hey i got the free version and try going into hkcr to turn off the update but i couldn't fine it
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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everything is working fine with realplayer one problem is it trying to do something is hkcr and hklm i try exporting does key and put into my project but it still didn't work, went i open the hklm and hkcr it works fine.
Posted by: Wozik 15 years ago
Orange Belt
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Remove UPDATE_OB folder from the package and update feature will disappear.
Posted by: linstead 15 years ago
Blue Belt
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is anyone else had to open the hkcr because it keep try to change value
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