Today I tried to install 6.0 but without success.When I run the installer the first "Welcome to the Toad forMySQL...." screen pops up. When I click next I directly get an Windowserror that "This program might not have installed correctly".System info:Windows 7 Professional N, x64, 4GB RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo P8600I installed a beta version of 6.0 before but removed it sometime later. I alsotried removing 5.0 first, but no success. Running the installer in capabilitymode doesn't work either...Any tips?Edit: I re-downloaded 5.0, but that installer gives the exact same result...
Please try silent install:1.Copy the .exe installer to your local drive, say c:\temp2.Run the following command"Toadfor.exe" /L*v "c:\temp\installLog.txt"3. Wait for about 10 minutes and see if Toad get installed successfully4. If not, please send the installLog.txt to us for investigation
Hi Kiki,I tried to do the silent install, but the normal install screen pops up with the same result. However it does create a log file. (See attachment).I used the following command:D:\Downloads>"Quest_ToadforMySQLFreeware_60.exe" /L*v "D:\Downloads\installLog.txt"
Bump... Any tips on how to resolve this issue?
I have a XP 32bit PC and a Win7 64bit PC.My installation failed on the first NEXT on the Windows 7 install.However it all worked fine on my XP PC.Silent install from cmd prompt failed on my WIn764bit PC too:Check out these telling lines:
MSI (c) (A4:5C) [11:04:28:995]: Doing action: WiseNextDlgAction 11:04:28: WiseNextDlg. Action start 11:04:28: WiseNextDlg.MSI (c) (A4:5C) [11:04:28:995]: Note: 1: 2235 2: 3: ExtendedType 4: SELECT `Action`,`Type`,`Source`,`Target`, NULL, `ExtendedType` FROM `CustomAction` WHERE `Action` = 'WiseNextDlg' Action ended 11:04:29: WiseNextDlg. Return value 3.DEBUG: Error 2896: Executing action WiseNextDlg failed.Internal Error 2896. WiseNextDlgAction ended 11:04:29: Welcome_Dialog. Return value 3.MSI (c) (A4:B4) [11:04:29:011]: Skipping action: Fatal_Error (condition is false)Action ended 11:04:29: INSTALL. Return value 3.MSI (c) (A4:B4) [11:04:29:011]: Destroying RemoteAPI object.MSI (c) (A4:50) [11:04:29:011]: Custom Action Manager thread ending.
Yeeeh! Thanks allot, it worked perfectly!