Outlook 07 B2TR & Outlook 07 BCM B2TR


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Guest

Hi all,

I installed Office 2007, and then installed B2TR. All the core software is
working fine now.

But, I also bought (for a whole $1.50!) Outlook '07 BCM. I downloaded and
went through the whole install process, including the reg key and EULA
window, but before it installed completely I got this:

Wizard .exe
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to
terminate the application.

I've since read elsewhere that I can't install a pre-B2TR program, like
Outlook '07 B2, after I've installed Office B2TR. (Which sucks, because I
also bought Project and Visio, and hadn't installed them yet. I've only tried
Project so far, but it won't install either.)

Anyway, at this moment I'm downloading Outlook '07 BCM B2TR (BCMBeta2TR.exe)
Before I click 'run,' will it install when I already have Outlook B2TR
installed?
 
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Patricia DiGiacomo [MSFT]

Yes, it should. BCMBeta2TR.exe is actually an add-in for Outlook. So having
Outlook installed first is the right thing to do.
 
G

Guest

Thanks. But...

Everytime I try to install it, I eventually get this message:

Wizard .exe Application error
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to
terminate the application.


Any suggestions for what to do from here?
 
P

Patricia DiGiacomo [MSFT]

Is Outlook closed when you are doing this? I would also suggest temporarily
disabling your anti-virus scanning while the install is running. Just make
sure to turn it on again when it's done.

Another alternative to try is to install the .NET Framework 2.0 first. BCM
will try to install it if it's not detected and sometimes that install can
fail.
 
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Leonid S. Knyshov

ikpmgsn said:
Thanks. But...

Everytime I try to install it, I eventually get this message:

Wizard .exe Application error
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to
terminate the application.


Any suggestions for what to do from here?
Try to clean up your %temp% folder. (It's the shortcut to C:\Documents and
Settings\Username etc..)
Close all apps.
Click Start -> Run
Type %temp% and click OK
Delete all folders except for History, temporary internet, and cookies.
You should be able to delete folders without errors, and files will give you
errors.
Your problem is symptomatic of InstallShield or Windows Installer getting
confused and this usually takes care of that.
Only install the Beta2TR.exe file. Ignore the BCM-EN.exe.
--
Leonid S. Knyshov, CEO
Crashproof Solutions, LLC - http://www.crashproofsolutions.com
MCP Exchange 2003/Small Business Server 2003
Microsoft Small Business Specialist Partner
See the tips and tricks section on my website for video tutorials on BCM
Send a smile to Microsoft (Office 2007 Beta feedback tool)!
http://tinyurl.com/m4omy
 

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