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  1. Finally sorted it!! During the setup I tried changing the ISO folder" to the folder where the msi file had been saved. And it all then went ahead and created the rescue disk Have to say ESET, the instructions for this process are beyond belief. Firstly I had to spend hours hunting and searching, to discover that because I had a 64 bit system I had to download a 32 bit file. Why on earth was that not made evident in the error messages. Then, having downloaded the 32 bit msi, it was not made clear that I needed to set the "ISO folder" to the one with the msi file. I've used NOD32 for some years and am now very disappointed in this poor service quality.
  2. As I said in my original post, I had downloaded the msi file from that KB article.I then changed the setup process to tell it where that file was. Otherwise the creation process would not have started. It does start, and several steps are taken, but it then stops with the error message that I posted.
  3. Have already done that - if I hadn't the CD creation process wouldn't even have started. The error message is about the msi file from ESET isn't it?
  4. Greetings This is a second attempt at posting - couldn't see the first one, but hope I'm not duplicating I am trying to create a rescue CD - on a Win 7 64bit system. I have downloaded a 32 bit msi file by clicking the link within the KB article. All starts well, but in the middle of the process I get an error message saying "selected msi file did not contain all necessary files" Any ideas for solving this? Many thanks.
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