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Hello everyone, I'm an IT-in training right now and I'm having some trouble installing Pervasive System Analyzer on my computer.

I can always get to the area where I am supposed to test my Network communication.  I type in my target machine, and hit next only to come up to a message about an error.

"The network communication test has been aborted.  Error 0x80004005 was returned while processing the script.  The files may not be correctly installed and registered.  Reinstall Pervasive System Analyzer.  Refer to the PSA logfile for more information."

If anyone has a fix for this, please let me know.


RE: 0x80004005

WHat version of PSQL are you using?
DOes your application work?
What about other Pervasive tools?
How was the PSA installed (as part of PSQL or on it's own)?  
WHat's in the PSA Log file (by default in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Pervasive Software Shared\PSA\PSALog.txt)?

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