Question about HP 530 Notebook
Hi Im Moiz , i have Hp 530 notebook in which i installed XP SP3 , i have installed every software of HP but audio setup cannot be completed due to this erre (an error -5011 : 0*80040707) has occured while running the setup please make sure u have finishedany previous setup and closed other application if the error still occures please contact your vendor : hewlett-packard.) i have donwloaded many times this SP33867 setup fpr audio or UAA but not working kindly help me out Instantly
Hey guys this is shakti i think i can solve this i hav the hp dv2401tu. download the motherboard driver for realtek azalia (30.4 or 48.4 mb) install it then your computer will detect audio device on high definition audio bus then update driver from sp34204 from hp.extract and manually update. do not use automatic give path of at8ven5a.inf and u hav sound in ur pc
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Windows Error 0×80040707 - Caused by InstallShield and Windows SP2 DEP
Posted Service Packs & Hotfixes, Software - Third Party Programs, Windows Desktop Fixes on Saturday, March 11th, 2006.
From Windows 95 to Windows XP & Vista the “Unhandled Exception 0×80040707′ error message, pictured below, typically occurs during the installation or update of PC software. The error code is typically associated with the installation program InstallShield, which software vendors wrap around their own software packages so they can install to Windows without interferring with existing software. The error was typically associated with the paths to Shell folders in Windows (ie: the Desktop, Programs, and Startup Menu folders in a user’s or the “All Users” profiles) - there is a detailed description of changing or recreating these paths at InstallShield’s site.
The 0×80040707 error code has become more common recently, as the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) controls (screenshot link) installed by Windows XP SP2 also interfere with InstallShield’s operations and can block its access to the Windows shell folders mentioned earlier. If your shell folder paths are all correct, the likely culprit of the error is Windows’ DEP and these steps should resolve the issue:
Find the primary installation file for the program you were installing. If it’s not a single-file installer it’s usually “setup.exe” on a CD, but you can either check the AUTORUN.INF file to see what program it’s calling or dig through the folders on the CD (/bin/, /eng/, and /driver/ are common folders where the true installer program is nested when the setup.exe is just a fancy GUI program).
Right-click the installation program and select “Run As…”. If it doesn’t show up the then file may not be an executable > start over at step #1 and look for other files.
Uncheck the “Protect My Computer And Data From Unauthorized Activity” box, this deactivates DEP for this executable and its child processes, and click the “OK” button.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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