Wow, I didn't realize that it left IE 6. So if you uninstall IE 7, IE 6 "reappears" ? Thanks, Chuck -----Original Message----- From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Tom Jedrzejewicz Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 7:41 PM To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users Subject: Re: [PCTECH] IE7 installation problem Two Hail Marys ... 1 -- do you have enough disk space? You should have at least a couple of GB free, because of temp files, CABs and the uninstall info. It leaves IE6 completely; if you uninstall IE7 then IE6 will be back. 2 -- The installer downloaded is not the whole thing; it downloads more and phones home. Perhaps if you disable any firewalls, anti-spyware and anti-virus programs the install will go smoothly. Good luck. On 11/27/06, Nick Blattner <nick.blattner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
All I'm trying to install IE7 on my WinXP SP2 PC. The installation fails with a generic message that 'Internet Explorer Installation did not Complete' I found a IE7_MAIN.LOG file in the WINDOWS directory that shows this error message: nlsdl.exe installation completed with errors, exitresult=0x00000000, exitcode=0x0000f00d Googling it I get hits that suggest my anti-virus software is causing the problem, but booting up in safe mode results in the same error. Has anyone else run into this message and found a workaround? Regards, Nick Blattner -- Nick Blattner System Engineer PowerTech Group 800 915 7700 ext 304 or 253 872 7788 www.powertech.com <http://www.powertech.com/>
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