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Catastrophic failure reported by operating system - Vista home pr

I am install demo version of peoplesoft enterpriseone on windows vista home premium.An error message has appeared ' setup cannot autoregister the file C:E810systemin32jdboledb.dll' and the error reported by the operating system is catastrophic failure.

lateron installation is completed by ignoring.

when I run the package it asks us to update registry using regedit.

Kindly suggest how to go about.

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Try this..

START button > RUN

Type in or Copy/Paste from here into the command line...

REGSVR32 JDBOLEDB.DLL

This will try to register it. If no error messages pop up it's been added.

To unregister it do... /u

REGSVR32 /U JDBOLEDB.DLL





Posted on Nov 24, 2008

  • Ricky Ostrom
    Ricky Ostrom Nov 27, 2008

    You might have to log in to your computer as administrator.

    I recommend you contacting PeopleSoft support and make sure your system meets their specifications.




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