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Installing Patch 39 - Active X error

Greetings,

As you know, the new B1 patches come with a form of HTML autorun that takes you through the upgrade via a web interface.

In IE v7, when we run any of the HTML files (main.html etc from B12005A01P_39\Autorun\iframes) we keep getting an Active X error and the install webpage goes round in loops (goes from the Server SBO Common upgrade, back to the main page, back to the SBO common upgrade again)

Note that I'm trying to upgrade from a patch (extracted zip folder) on my C:\

Something I'm missing here for IE v7 ?

PS: None of the Active X buttons work in Firefox, and I wont bother with trying to figure out why for Firefox, for now 😊

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 01:38 PM

    Hi,

    Since I never use the standard interface, I know nothing about the error you're facing.

    Instead, I'm always using the "old" way: go to the package subfolder of the CD ad launch directly the installations in the correct order.

    Regards,

    Eric

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      Hi,

      I apologize for the delay, I hadn't the possibility to connect before.

      I know how I installed the packages when I replied, but hadn't the source with me.

      When I download an upgrade (zip), I always unzip it and make an ISO image of the folder to use it with my virtual machines (also easier to burn a CD from it).

      I've just verified the ISO image for the PL39. I've a folder Packages, and inside subfolder for each package (seems to be normal!). In each subfolder, I have normal installation files (setup.exe, instmsia.exe, and so on).

      It <b><u>has</u></b> to be so, else the installer won't run...

      Regards,

      Eric

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