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During boot up, windows installer is trying to find destination.msi at some default file path it thinks it should be but. I've been searching & searching forums and posts for answers and don't seem to get a good one... It would seem my registry cleaner killed it at some point. I think it has to do with a HP 6840 network printer installed on my network... I have searched the cd for the file to try to replace and don't seem to be able to locate it... Please provide some direction here...
1. Right click on Command Prompt and click Run as Administrator
2. CD to C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar ( cd drive letter:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar )
3. Run these commands in this order:
1. regsvr32 -u sbdrop.dll
2. regsvr32 -u wlsrvc.dll
3. regsvr32 atl.dll
4. regsvr32 sbdrop.dll
5. regsvr32 wlsrvc.dll
And start up the side bar
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