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error=0xfffffbfe (KB925931 error)

error=0xfffffbfe (KB925931 error)

error=0xfffffbfe (KB925931 error)

I have problem with SP2 that failed on initial installation and currently cannot be reinstalled or uninstalled. I have tried all steps in KB822798 with no success.
This is the end of the uninstall log-spuninst.log:
88.015: PFE1: Failed to CreateRemoteThread; error=0x8
88.015: PFE2: PFE1 failed.
88.015: PFE2: Not avoiding Per File Exceptions.
1013.859: InstallSingleCatalogFile: MyInstallCatalog failed for Tmp.2.sp2.cat; error=0xfffffbfe.
1013.859: DoPreUninstallWrapper: InstallCatalogFiles failed
1013.969: CreateProgressWizardAndDoUninstall: Uninstall Failure 0x2
Researching the error I found the KB925931.
I contacted Microsoft support but the response time is 24 hours and I need the machine...
Is there a work around this "full database" stuff? It is hard for me to imagine that MS did not release a fix for that... Win 2003 is suppose to be ENT level server...
Thanks a lot, mj

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