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Jose Maria
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Dear Colleagues:

This is only a help for the case you get problems when installaing SMS. I have just moved to Windows 7 ultimate, and SMS could not be installed. I got a message "Error 1935.An error occurred during the installation of assembly - HRESULT: 0x80070020".

I haved spent some 5 or 6 hours looking for a solution, since I am in a hurry, trying to finish a modelling.

Well, after finding several possible solutions and buying a couple of cleaners, the way to fix the problem was very, very simple:

- The main problem is the size limit of the registry :mellow:

- The solution:

-- Open the registry (regedit)

-- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

---------System

---------CurrentControlSet

---------Control

------------ Key: RegistrySizeLimit, type REG_DWORD

------------ Change the size to FFFFFFFF

-- Close and reinitiate

:lol:

Cheers, Jose

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Hi Jose,

I wish I knew how to avoid this and sorry for the hassle. Thanks for sharing your experiences for others to learn from.

Dear Colleagues:

This is only a help for the case you get problems when installaing SMS. I have just moved to Windows 7 ultimate, and SMS could not be installed. I got a message "Error 1935.An error occurred during the installation of assembly - HRESULT: 0x80070020".

I haved spent some 5 or 6 hours looking for a solution, since I am in a hurry, trying to finish a modelling.

Well, after finding several possible solutions and buying a couple of cleaners, the way to fix the problem was very, very simple:

- The main problem is the size limit of the registry :mellow:

- The solution:

-- Open the registry (regedit)

-- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

---------System

---------CurrentControlSet

---------Control

------------ Key: RegistrySizeLimit, type REG_DWORD

------------ Change the size to FFFFFFFF

-- Close and reinitiate

:lol:

Cheers, Jose

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Hi Jose,

I wish I knew how to avoid this and sorry for the hassle. Thanks for sharing your experiences for others to learn from.

You're wellcome, Rusty. But this is not your fault. As far as I can see, it's Microsoft's fault!

Cheers,

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