|Q108433: The Specified Module Could Not Be Found|
When trying to install an application, you receive one of the following errors or something similar:
This error is usually a machine-specific issue and can be related to a corrupted registry key or a DCOM error.
This error might be caused by a corrupted registry key. The following steps explain how to find the corrupted key and delete it:
This error might be related to a DCOM error. Updating your system can help resolve issues with DCOM.
If this error occurs in conjunction with a self-registration error, such as the one below, it is recommended that you contact your software vendor with file name that failed to register.
Most self-registration errors occur with files that are specific to the application you are trying to install that the software vendor will have more information about.
This error may also be resolved with general troubleshooting steps. For example:
Does Your Issue Still Exist?
If after following these instructions your product failed to install, you'll need to contact your vendor. See the Who to Contact page for more information.
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|Last Modified Date: 10-02-2007ID: Q108433|