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PeterG

I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007. When I run

Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for 'Business

Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows Update

Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I cannot

find any information on the internet so far that works.

from PeterG
 
I

iqgitics

having the exact same issue. vista ultimate x64 for os and full sql 08

instance of bcm

"PeterG" wrote:


> I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007. When I run
> Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for 'Business
> Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows Update
> Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I cannot
> find any information on the internet so far that works.
> > from PeterG
 
L

Luther Blissett

On May 6, 9:08 am, iqgitics <iqgit...
wrote:
> having the exact same issue.  vista ultimate x64 for os and full sql 08
> instance of bcm

> "PeterG" wrote:
> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007.  When I run
> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for 'Business
> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install.  I get Windows Update
> > Error 779.  Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem.  I cannot
> > find any information on the internet so far that works.
> > > > from PeterG-




I believe error 779 is Windows Update saying the patch's install

failed.

If you can find the downloaded patch file on your machine, you can try

running the patch directly, and then the UI or a log file may indicate

the actual error.

http://community.softteq.com/blogs/nick/archive/2007/09/02/windows-update-on-vista-error-779.aspx
 
I

iqgitics

My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update the

ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and they

are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise .

"PeterG" wrote:


> I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007. When I run
> Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for 'Business
> Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows Update
> Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I cannot
> find any information on the internet so far that works.
> > from PeterG
 
P

PeterG

reply to iqgitics:

I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run that.

That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf could not

be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.

from PeterG

"iqgitics" wrote:


> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update the
> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and they
> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise .

> "PeterG" wrote:
>
> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007. When I run
> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for 'Business
> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows Update
> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I cannot
> > find any information on the internet so far that works.
> > > > from PeterG
 
Q

Qu0ll

"PeterG" <PeterG> wrote in message

news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...
> reply to iqgitics:
> I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run
> that.
> That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf could
> not
> be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > from PeterG

> "iqgitics" wrote:
>
> > My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update
> > the
> > ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and
> > they
> > are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise .
>

>> "PeterG" wrote:
> >
> > > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007. When
> > > I run
> > > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for
> > > 'Business
> > > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows
> > > Update
> > > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I
> > > cannot
> > > find any information on the internet so far that works.


I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything in the

"Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't

helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the downloaded

update file which seemed to work for Nick.

Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?

And loving it,

-Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)

___________

Qu0llSixFour@gmail.com

[Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]
 
L

Luther Blissett

On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:
> "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message

> news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...

>
> > reply to iqgitics:
> > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run
> > that.
> > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf could
> > not
> > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > > > from PeterG

>
> > "iqgitics" wrote:

>
> >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update
> >> the
> >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf  i have checked permissionsand
> >> they
> >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise
 
T

Tom

Has anyone found a fix for this problem? I read that you have to have the

original install disk in the drive when updating. I tried it and that did

not work either! This really sux!

"Luther Blissett" <enowning@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:c7dfc1d2-1c39-4637-aef1-716148ff77b8@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com...

On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:
> "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message

> news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...

>
> > reply to iqgitics:
> > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run
> > that.
> > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf
> > could
> > not
> > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > > > from PeterG

>
> > "iqgitics" wrote:

>
> >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update
> >> the
> >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and
> >> they
> >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise
> >> .

>
> >> "PeterG" wrote:

>
> >> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007.
> >> > When
> >> > I run
> >> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for
> >> > 'Business
> >> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows
> >> > Update
> >> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I
> >> > cannot
> >> > find any information on the internet so far that works.


> I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything in the
> "Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't
> helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the downloaded
> update file which seemed to work for Nick.

> Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?

> > And loving it,

> -Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)
> ___________
> Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com
> [Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]-



Has anyone with this issue contacted Microsoft Support?
 
L

Luther Blissett

On May 11, 11:32 am, "Tom" <t...@ecs-corp.com> wrote:
> Has anyone found a fix for this problem?  I read that you have to have the
> original install disk in the drive when updating.  I tried it and that did
> not work either!  This really sux!

> "Luther Blissett" <enown...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:c7dfc1d2-1c39-4637-aef1-716148ff77b8@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com...
> On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> > "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message

>
> >news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...

>
> > > reply to iqgitics:
> > > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run
> > > that.
> > > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf
> > > could
> > > not
> > > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > > > > > from PeterG

>
> > > "iqgitics" wrote:

>
> > >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update
> > >> the
> > >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and
> > >> they
> > >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise
> > >> .

>
> > >> "PeterG" wrote:

>
> > >> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007.
> > >> > When
> > >> > I run
> > >> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for
> > >> > 'Business
> > >> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows
> > >> > Update
> > >> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem. I
> > >> > cannot
> > >> > find any information on the internet so far that works.

>
> > I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything in the
> > "Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't
> > helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the downloaded
> > update file which seemed to work for Nick.

>
> > Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?

>
> > > > And loving it,

>
> > -Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)
> > ___________
> > Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com
> > [Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]-

>
>


> Has anyone with this issue contacted Microsoft Support?- Hide quoted text-



Several people always run into problems c:\windows

\system32\mapisvc.inf everytime there's a new version of revision of

Outlook. It's hard to localize strings in it properly. It requires

admin credentials to update it - try running Outlook as admin. The BCM

SP2 patch itself doesn't appear to touch that file.
 
M

mitdasein@gmail.com

On May 11, 1:32 pm, Luther Blissett <enown...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On May 11, 11:32 am, "Tom" <t...@ecs-corp.com> wrote:

>
> > Has anyone found a fix for this problem?  I read that you have to have the
> > original install disk in the drive when updating.  I tried it and that did
> > not work either!  This really sux!

>
> > "Luther Blissett" <enown...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:c7dfc1d2-1c39-4637-aef1-716148ff77b8@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com....
> > On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> > > "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message

>
> > >news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...

>
> > > > reply to iqgitics:
> > > > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and run
> > > > that.
> > > > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf
> > > > could
> > > > not
> > > > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > > > > > > > from PeterG

>
> > > > "iqgitics" wrote:

>
> > > >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not update
> > > >> the
> > > >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked permissions and
> > > >> they
> > > >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please advise
> > > >> .

>
> > > >> "PeterG" wrote:

>
> > > >> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office 2007..
> > > >> > When
> > > >> > I run
> > > >> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324 for
> > > >> > 'Business
> > > >> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get Windows
> > > >> > Update
> > > >> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this problem.. I
> > > >> > cannot
> > > >> > find any information on the internet so far that works.

>
> > > I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything in the
> > > "Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't
> > > helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the downloaded
> > > update file which seemed to work for Nick.

>
> > > Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?

>
> > > > > > And loving it,

>
> > > -Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)
> > > ___________
> > > Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com
> > > [Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]-

>
> >

>
> > Has anyone with this issue contacted Microsoft Support?-

>
>


> Several people always run into problems c:\windows
> \system32\mapisvc.inf everytime there's a new version of revision of
> Outlook. It's hard to localize strings in it properly. It  requires
> admin credentials to update it - try running Outlook as admin. The BCM
> SP2 patch itself doesn't appear to touch that file.-



Check this out:

http://imaginekitty.com/256/getting-business-contact-manager-for-outlook-2007-installed/
 
Q

Qu0ll

<mitdasein@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:9391348e-3b8a-479c-bea5-25dfdac8a917@c18g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> On May 11, 1:32 pm, Luther Blissett <enown...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On May 11, 11:32 am, "Tom" <t...@ecs-corp.com> wrote:
> >
> > > Has anyone found a fix for this problem? I read that you have to have
> > > the
> > > original install disk in the drive when updating. I tried it and that
> > > did
> > > not work either! This really sux!

> >
> > > "Luther Blissett" <enown...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> >
> > >news:c7dfc1d2-1c39-4637-aef1-716148ff77b8@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com...
> > > On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:

> >
> > > > "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message

> >
> > > >news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...

> >
> > > > > reply to iqgitics:
> > > > > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and
> > > > > run
> > > > > that.
> > > > > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf
> > > > > could
> > > > > not
> > > > > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> > > > > > > > > > from PeterG

> >
> > > > > "iqgitics" wrote:

> >
> > > > >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not
> > > > >> update
> > > > >> the
> > > > >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked
> > > > >> permissions and
> > > > >> they
> > > > >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please
> > > > >> advise
> > > > >> .

> >
> > > > >> "PeterG" wrote:

> >
> > > > >> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office
> > > > >> > 2007.
> > > > >> > When
> > > > >> > I run
> > > > >> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324
> > > > >> > for
> > > > >> > 'Business
> > > > >> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get
> > > > >> > Windows
> > > > >> > Update
> > > > >> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this
> > > > >> > problem. I
> > > > >> > cannot
> > > > >> > find any information on the internet so far that works.

> >
> > > > I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything
> > > > in the
> > > > "Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't
> > > > helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the
> > > > downloaded
> > > > update file which seemed to work for Nick.

> >
> > > > Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?

> >
> > >

> >
> > > Has anyone with this issue contacted Microsoft Support?- Hide quoted
> > > text -

> >
> >

>

>> Several people always run into problems c:\windows
> > \system32\mapisvc.inf everytime there's a new version of revision of
> > Outlook. It's hard to localize strings in it properly. It requires
> > admin credentials to update it - try running Outlook as admin. The BCM
> > SP2 patch itself doesn't appear to touch that file.-

>

>


> Check this out:
> http://imaginekitty.com/256/getting-business-contact-manager-for-outlook-2007-installed/


Thanks - that actually works!

And loving it,

-Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)

___________

Qu0llSixFour@gmail.com

[Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]
 
R

RDU

I'm experiencing the same problem as everyone else here. The fix to filed

'mapisvc.inf' sounds easy enough but I can't change permissions. Every time I

try I get "access denied." How do I work around this?

"Qu0ll" wrote:


> <mitdasein@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:9391348e-3b8a-479c-bea5-25dfdac8a917@c18g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > On May 11, 1:32 pm, Luther Blissett <enown...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On May 11, 11:32 am, "Tom" <t...@ecs-corp.com> wrote:
> >
> >> > Has anyone found a fix for this problem? I read that you have to have
> >> > the
> >> > original install disk in the drive when updating. I tried it and that
> >> > did
> >> > not work either! This really sux!
> >
> >> > "Luther Blissett" <enown...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> >
> >> >news:c7dfc1d2-1c39-4637-aef1-716148ff77b8@v23g2000pro.googlegroups.com...
> >> > On May 8, 2:44 am, "Qu0ll" <Qu0llSixF...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> > > "PeterG" <Pet...> wrote in message
> >
> >> > >news:C7F60BAF-4635-4E37-9B7A-76C25D14FA22@microsoft.com...
> >
> >> > > > reply to iqgitics:
> >> > > > I too have tried downloading the actual update for "KB957324" and
> >> > > > run
> >> > > > that.
> >> > > > That also did not work because file c:\windows\system32\mapisvc.inf
> >> > > > could
> >> > > > not
> >> > > > be updated; and I too got the Error 1913.
> >> > > > > >> > > > from PeterG
> >
> >> > > > "iqgitics" wrote:
> >
> >> > > >> My issue when I install the full update is error 1913 coult not
> >> > > >> update
> >> > > >> the
> >> > > >> ini file c:\windows\sysWOW64\mapisvc.inf i have checked
> >> > > >> permissions and
> >> > > >> they
> >> > > >> are set to full for installer, not visable work around...please
> >> > > >> advise
> >> > > >> .
> >
> >> > > >> "PeterG" wrote:
> >
> >> > > >> > I have Windows Vista Business Edition with Microsoft Office
> >> > > >> > 2007.
> >> > > >> > When
> >> > > >> > I run
> >> > > >> > Windows Update (or it is a scheduled run), the update KB957324
> >> > > >> > for
> >> > > >> > 'Business
> >> > > >> > Contact Manager for Outlook 2007' does not install. I get
> >> > > >> > Windows
> >> > > >> > Update
> >> > > >> > Error 779. Has anyone got any ideas how to overcome this
> >> > > >> > problem. I
> >> > > >> > cannot
> >> > > >> > find any information on the internet so far that works.
> >
> >> > > I am also getting this exact same error and I have tried everything
> >> > > in the
> >> > > "Windows Update on Vista - Error 779" article by "Nick" but it hasn't
> >> > > helped. This includes giving full rights for my login to the
> >> > > downloaded
> >> > > update file which seemed to work for Nick.
> >
> >> > > Has anyone had any luck getting around these problems?
> >
> >> >

> >
> >> > Has anyone with this issue contacted Microsoft Support?- Hide quoted
> >> > text -
> >
> >>

> >
> >> Several people always run into problems c:\windows
> >> \system32\mapisvc.inf everytime there's a new version of revision of
> >> Outlook. It's hard to localize strings in it properly. It requires
> >> admin credentials to update it - try running Outlook as admin. The BCM
> >> SP2 patch itself doesn't appear to touch that file.-

> >
> >

> > Check this out:
> > http://imaginekitty.com/256/getting-business-contact-manager-for-outlook-2007-installed/


> Thanks - that actually works!

> > And loving it,

> -Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)
> ___________
> Qu0llSixFour@gmail.com
> [Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]

>
 
M

Mark B.

Hey, I got a back link to my article. I'm glad it helped you guys out.

"RDU" wrote:


> I'm experiencing the same problem as everyone else here. The fix to filed
> 'mapisvc.inf' sounds easy enough but I can't change permissions. Every time I
> try I get "access denied." How do I work around this?
>


Are you logged in as an administrator? Try right clicking the file, choose

Properties. Security tab. Edit... button. Add... button. Type "Everyone".

Click OK. Select "Everyone" and click the "Full control" Allow checkbox.

Then see if you can do anything with it.

It's probably not a great idea to leave the full control privileges on the

"Everyone" account so after you get things worked out remove the "Everyone"

from the list.
 
R

RDU

I was finally able to reset privileges on the file but doing so still didn't

resolve the issue. I'm going to do full a full uninstall using the

MS-provided tool then try reinstalling one last time. If that fails I'll just

leave SP2 off as it really doesn't do that much in the big picture.

"Mark B." wrote:


> Hey, I got a back link to my article. I'm glad it helped you guys out.

> "RDU" wrote:
>
> > I'm experiencing the same problem as everyone else here. The fix to filed
> > 'mapisvc.inf' sounds easy enough but I can't change permissions. Every time I
> > try I get "access denied." How do I work around this?
> >


> Are you logged in as an administrator? Try right clicking the file, choose
> Properties. Security tab. Edit... button. Add... button. Type "Everyone".
> Click OK. Select "Everyone" and click the "Full control" Allow checkbox.
> Then see if you can do anything with it.

> It's probably not a great idea to leave the full control privileges on the
> "Everyone" account so after you get things worked out remove the "Everyone"
> from the list.
 
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