MSI Error 1335, Corrupt File

By Wesablo
Apr 9, 2011
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  1. Hey, I just upgraded my mobo and cpu and installed xp pro, 64-bit on it. I had xp pro 32-bit on my other mobo before I upgraded and reformatted.
    I had just gotten a new all-in-one Kodak printer a few weeks ago and installed the software perfectly in my 32-bit system. But, now that I've upgraded and reformatted, trying to reinstall my Kodak Printer CD gives me a problem. It basically goes into installing for about 2seconds and then gives me an error. The error says MSI error 1335, the file is corrupt. I have no idea how to get around this, as I said the printer and CD is brand new and it worked fine before. I should add I have AVG Anti-Virus installed which came with my phenom CPU.

    Has anyone else experienced this problem? Any suggestions/help is appreciated!

  2. Wesablo

    Wesablo TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 53

    I realized that the automatic updates or whatever it is was checked in the Kodak program before I accepted installation is what was causing the error. After I unchecked it the installation went through fine. Don't exactly understand why, but oh well it's good now.

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