Forum Thread: error 2908 and error 1935

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metaed error 2908 and error 1935
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My upgrade of OpenOffice.org from 3.1 to 3.1.1 failed with repeated "Internal Error 2908" errors and "Error 1935". I have not been able to get around the problem.

Other people have encountered this problem. Supposedly overcome by deleting the following registry key:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\Installer\UserData\S-1-5-21-329068152- 1935655697-1801674531-1004\Components\AD95649F0685 25549B26938D7D18FEA7]
"B3414A45B4B628042B8446B35265C1BC"="c?\\WINDOWS\\s ystem32\\rgb9rast_2.dll"

Reportedly the problem can also be solved by temporarily renaming MSCOREE.DLL in windows\system32 (part of Microsoft .NET runtime)

The problem is evidently caused by a bug in the installer for Microsoft .NET runtime.

Unfortunately, neither of the suggested workarounds helped me and I am still at the insecure rev of OpenOffice.org.

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Slamgeden RE: error 2908 and error 1935
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Try asking on the oOo forum, where people will be a lot more geared to help you. This forum relates to Secunia products, which is why nobody is answering you. ;)

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metaed RE: error 2908 and error 1935
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Problem was resolved by manual repair of Microsoft .NET Framework.

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