Have you installed any software, such as antivirus programs that would block Windows Script? The error you are getting is generated by Windows Installer and we don't have much control over it.
You could try faking windows into thinking that FoxWeb is not installed, but I don't know if this will make a difference. To do so, simply delete the following key from the registry:
You should then be able to run the setup program from scratch.
Sent by George Gambill on 09/14/2008 04:58:27 AM:
I was already running IE 7 when all this started. I tried the download link suggested (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads ...) below, it said I was already running more current than the download and would not continue.
Any more suggestions?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/13/2008 11:42:28 AM:
According to other postings, it seems that Windows Installer will return this error when there's a problem with the Windows Script components. Which version of IE are you running? You may want to install IE 7, which should upgrade/fix Windows Script. Alternatively, you can install Windows Script from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=47809025-d896-482e-a0d6-524e7e844d81&DisplayLang=en.
Sent by George Gambill on 09/13/2008 07:54:01 AM:
FoxWeb 4 no longer starts any channels while the control center calls for 2.
IO tried to remove FW 4 with Windows XP pro’s Control Panels Add and Remove Programs to no avail. It failed for some reason that I didn’t keep tract of.
I deleted the FoxWeb directory with a shift delete. Therefore there is nothing in the trash can. 8-(
Then I tried to remove it with the Control Panels Add and Remove Programs - Remove which failed with an internal error 2738.
Then I tried to remove it (Control Panels Add and Remove Programs - Change) via FoxWeb Setup - Remove which failed with an internal error 2738.
Then I tried to Repair it (Control Panels Add and Remove Programs - Change) via FoxWeb Setup - Repair that failed with an internal error 2738.