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Mongoose
09.02.2005, 00:06
Operating System: Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2
Burning Software: none (?!)
Anti-virus Software: Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition (latest definitions)
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I've searched and browsed for a bit, but I couldn't find anything on this.
I'm having trouble installing. Here is my installation log if it helps:

http://www.mm2x.com/upload/files/daemon.log

Earlier I did have Daemon Installed, and then I used regCleaner and Bootvis. However, regCleaner screwed a lot up so I restored all of the backups of all of my registry entries. Daemon had been uninstalled earlier because I wanted to upgrade my version (not sure which one though). When I downlaoded 3.47, I get this specific error from the installation:

"The installer has encountered an unexpected error installing this package. This may indicate a problem with this package. The error code is 2835. The arguments are: ErrorIcon, ErrorDialog, Error 25002. Some driver has invalid name or conflicts with other file or service in system. Please choose other driver names or make sure you have rebooted after removal of sofware using same names."

I have also looked up information on the Error 25002 as well.

System:
AMD Athlon XP 2400+ (~2.0GHz)
Elite ECS mobo w/ VIA Chipset
512 MB Kingston Value DDR333 PC2700
Leadtech CD-RW
Samsung DVD-RW
Not sure exact type of optical drives.

I should think that that's all you need. If you need more, just say so.
Thanks!
-Mongoose :)

Copytrooper
09.02.2005, 09:04
That's "normal" error 25002, so follow all steps mentioned in related thread in common problems and solutions forum, reboot after the procedure, then re-install v3.47.

insomnia83
09.02.2005, 10:54
Operating System: xp
Burning Software: nero
Anti-virus Software: norton
DAEMON Tools Version: 3.47

I encountered an language error and i don't know how to fix it some help could be of some use

Mongoose
10.02.2005, 00:32
That's "normal" error 25002, so follow all steps mentioned in related thread in common problems and solutions forum, reboot after the procedure, then re-install v3.47.

Har, I tried it ealier and it didn't work, jsut redid it and it worked. I guess I missed a step or something. Thanks! :P