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    We have a Lenovo Ideapad 550 running Windows 7 Home Premium Edition.
    Attempting to install Blackberry Desktop Manager, the installer runs most of the way through and then fails with error 1935
    HRESULT 80073712 attempting to install an assembly component.

    Have run numerous checks on the system and read many inconclusive discussions on the web about this error - mostly about Vista, but have not found a solution.

    Have installed all the Windows updates, tried Run As Administrator, tried renaming the install temp directory. Always the same failure.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Peck View Post
    attempting to install an assembly component.

    tried Run As Administrator, tried renaming the install temp directory. Always the same failure.

    Any ideas?
    Jon,
    Hello... have you tried "taking ownership" of the Temp folder ? I have noticed that sometimes if i don't when trying a new program , the installer "chokes" Try this C:> Users> "your PC name">AppData>Local>Temp. Clear out "Temp " folder and then "take ownership" of it ...Also switch off your "security" until your finished with the install. Regards Fred
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    None of this helped, but I noticed that at the point of the failure, the installer seemed to be pretty much done. So I launched the DTM from the desktop icon it had already created -- and it worked! The DTM seemed to be fully functional based on a few synchronization tasks.

    So I killed the installer at that point so that it would not roll back the installation. But on rebooting, it seems to have been smart enough to roll back the install anyway.

    So how can I prevent that rollback?

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    This is a big maybe at best, but it might be worth checking out:
    Prevent Windows Installer from Being Able to Rollback an Install
    Learn how to prohibit Windows Installer from generating and saving the files
    it needs to reverse an interrupted or unsuccessful installation in Windows 7.
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