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My HP Solutions Center says that I have a file missing so I can't use HP Solutions Center: The file is C:\tmp\src\CDA\setup\document viewer.msi missing. How do I get it back? Thanks

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I think You should reistall the solution center so that the missing file will get replaced.

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'HPProductAssistant' the feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk that is not available.
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    Some products available for free on the Internet suggest that the registry needs regular maintenance or cleaning. However, use extreme caution when installing and using a registry cleaner. Many registry cleaners generate other MSI errors because they do not recognize valid registry entries and delete them. This can cause more MSI errors and prevent other programs from working.
    If you do decide to install a registry cleaner, be sure to research the product thoroughly, and then download and install programs only from software publishers that you trust .
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    This document pertains to HP and Compaq Desktop PCs with Windows 7, Vista, and XP.
    An error appears that contains a filename ending with MSI. (MSI refers to the Windows Installer.) This error can appear while Windows is starting up or when a particular software program is opened. This error might appear after using a Registry Cleaner or Registry Fix tool.
    See the following error examples. Your error might be slightly different, but it has a filename that refers to or ends with MSI.
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    Some products available for free on the Internet suggest that the registry needs regular maintenance or cleaning. However, use extreme caution when installing and using a registry cleaner. Many registry cleaners generate other MSI errors because they do not recognize valid registry entries and delete them. This can cause more MSI errors and prevent other programs from working.
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