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    Exclamation Windows XP install shield wizard error

    I've just installed windows XP professional in a virtual box in Ubuntu 11.10.
    When I try to install a program called "FirstClass(R) Client Setup", I get an error that says:
    "An error [-5009: 0x80040801] has occured while running the setup.
    Please make suer you have finished any previous setup and closed other applications. If the error still occurs, contact your vendor: OpenText (http://www.OpenText)."

    Is this a problem caused by virtualization, and can this be fixed?
    Thanks,
    Josh

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    Re: Windows XP install shield wizard error

    Quote Originally Posted by bobman321123 View Post
    I've just installed windows XP professional in a virtual box in Ubuntu 11.10.
    When I try to install a program called "FirstClass(R) Client Setup", I get an error that says:
    "An error [-5009: 0x80040801] has occured while running the setup.
    Please make suer you have finished any previous setup and closed other applications. If the error still occurs, contact your vendor: OpenText (http://www.OpenText)."

    Is this a problem caused by virtualization, and can this be fixed?
    Thanks,
    Josh
    It will have nothing to do with Virtualization, it will probably have everything to do with Windows and you not having rebooted it.
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    Re: Windows XP install shield wizard error

    The thing is, I had rebooted, several times.
    But, if you're sure this isn't a virtualbox problem, I'll look elsewhere for an answer.

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