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