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UPDATION OF MSI ENGINE

I HAVE AN ERROR MESSAGE THAT:-
"Installer INFO:
Cannot update MSI engine. Please update manually."
ON MY PC DURING THE INSTALLATION OF NERO 8 SOFTWARE .
PLEASE HELP ME OUT FROM THIS PROBLEM & ALSO SUGGEST
SOLUTION OF THAT.

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  • Anonymous Aug 14, 2008

    how to update MSI engine manually FOR NERO 8

  • mayankparikh Nov 29, 2008

    Hello sir

    my pcs motherboard version is intel 2.4 GHz with 1MBcache.

    ple solv during nero 8 instoling and problem to msi engine upgrade

  • nilul Jan 20, 2009

    yes, i have the same problem

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Sounds like the installation file is corrupted on the CD. You could contact Nero and see if they can send you a new CD. If there are visible scratches on the CD, you could use a resurfacing machine to see if the scratches will go away. If this is being installed on a Vista Computer, it might not be compatible or it needs an update.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Aug 21, 2008

    The MSI engine is the installation file to NERO. According to NERO Version 8 will work for Vista. Did you check on NERO's Website to see if there was an update for the installation files?



    MSI file might not be compatible with Vista at this time.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Aug 21, 2008

    There is no manual update. Your'e going to have to get the CD replaced or see if this link helps

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