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Installer 9.2.1 error: File "Drive Setup"? - Mac Networking

DaveCin article [email]0001HW.BB8513E4000060591A4F8CC0news.individual.ne t[/email], DaveC at [email]dave-usenet3016mailblocks.com[/email] wrote on 11/9/03 10:46 AM: > I've got 9.1 on my PB's internal HD. I ran the 9.2.1 updater, and during the > update process, the installer reported this error: > > "Problems were encountered accessing file "Drive Setup" on volume [my PB's > internal HD]. Move the file to another folder and try again." or something > similar. > > I've tried booting the 9.2.1 updater CD, and I've tried booting 9.1 from the > internal HD and running the 9.2.1 installer. I've tried moving Drive Setup in > different folders (Utilities, ...

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    Default Re: Installer 9.2.1 error: File "Drive Setup"?

    DaveCin article [email]0001HW.BB8513E4000060591A4F8CC0news.individual.ne t[/email], DaveC
    at [email]dave-usenet3016mailblocks.com[/email] wrote on 11/9/03 10:46 AM:
    > I've got 9.1 on my PB's internal HD. I ran the 9.2.1 updater, and during the
    > update process, the installer reported this error:
    >
    > "Problems were encountered accessing file "Drive Setup" on volume [my PB's
    > internal HD]. Move the file to another folder and try again." or something
    > similar.
    >
    > I've tried booting the 9.2.1 updater CD, and I've tried booting 9.1 from the
    > internal HD and running the 9.2.1 installer. I've tried moving Drive Setup in
    > different folders (Utilities, directory root level, and of course it is in
    > the Utilities folder on the CD). The error keeps occurring.
    >
    > I tried to reinstall 9.1 using the 9.1 installer CD (just in case there was
    > some kind of corruption with the 9.1 on the HD, and the error is happening
    > with the 9.1 installer, too. I've booted the 9.1 CD and tried to install a
    > clean installation, but the error halts the installation process.
    >
    > I've tried un-checking the Install Disk Drivers option before starting the
    > install, in case the installer is using Drive Setup to install the drivers...
    > but this didn't change the result.
    >
    > Anyone know what's happening? Why is the installer complaining about Drive
    > Setup?
    >
    > PowerBook G3/400; OS 9.1
    >
    > Thanks,
    This means Downloading Update again, but before you do so, open Stuffit
    Expander>File>Preferences then Uncheck Mount Images. Should then work for
    you after next Start Up.

    kinkin Guest

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    Default Re: Installer 9.2.1 error: File "Drive Setup"?

    DaveCin article [email]0001HW.BB8513E4000060591A4F8CC0news.individual.ne t[/email], DaveC
    at [email]dave-usenet3016mailblocks.com[/email] wrote on 11/9/03 10:46 AM:
    > I've got 9.1 on my PB's internal HD. I ran the 9.2.1 updater, and during the
    > update process, the installer reported this error:
    >
    > "Problems were encountered accessing file "Drive Setup" on volume [my PB's
    > internal HD]. Move the file to another folder and try again." or something
    > similar.
    >
    > I've tried booting the 9.2.1 updater CD, and I've tried booting 9.1 from the
    > internal HD and running the 9.2.1 installer. I've tried moving Drive Setup in
    > different folders (Utilities, directory root level, and of course it is in
    > the Utilities folder on the CD). The error keeps occurring.
    >
    > I tried to reinstall 9.1 using the 9.1 installer CD (just in case there was
    > some kind of corruption with the 9.1 on the HD, and the error is happening
    > with the 9.1 installer, too. I've booted the 9.1 CD and tried to install a
    > clean installation, but the error halts the installation process.
    >
    > I've tried un-checking the Install Disk Drivers option before starting the
    > install, in case the installer is using Drive Setup to install the drivers...
    > but this didn't change the result.
    >
    > Anyone know what's happening? Why is the installer complaining about Drive
    > Setup?
    >
    > PowerBook G3/400; OS 9.1
    >
    > Thanks,
    This means Downloading Update again, but before you do so, open Stuffit
    Expander>File>Preferences then Uncheck Mount Images. Should then work for
    you after next Start Up.

    kinkin Guest

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