Component Move Data Error -115

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Tracey Williamson

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Jan 29, 2003, 11:17:31 AM1/29/03
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Please help me!!! When installing Adobe Acrobat 5.0 on a 1.8 gateway PC with Windows 2000 I'm recieving the following error ; "Component move data had the following error
Media name: Data
Component: Requirements\Acrobat Help
File Group: Docs common English Index
File: C:\program files\adobe\acrobat 5.0\help\enu\index\assists\acrocat.bat
Error number: -115 (refer to the online help)
can any one help in the matter !! Thanks Tracey.

Tom Geschwender

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Jan 29, 2003, 11:48:05 AM1/29/03
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The major cause of this error message is not turning off your anti-virus protection during installation. If you have the anti-virus software disabled, and are still getting this message, then try copying the entire CD to your hard drive, rebooting into SAFE MODE, and installing from there.

Tracey Williamson

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Jan 29, 2003, 1:49:52 PM1/29/03
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Thank you very much Mr. Geschwender for trying to help me out. Unfortunately neither of the solutions you suggested did not work. When trying to install through safe mode I did receive another error : _INS5576._MP.exe has generated errors and will be closed by windows - must restart. Any advice??? Thanks Tracey.

Tom Geschwender

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Jan 29, 2003, 2:45:39 PM1/29/03
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That particular error message usaully occurs when the person installing the software is not logged in as the Administrator. Is this the case here?

Tracey Williamson

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Jan 29, 2003, 2:48:39 PM1/29/03
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NO, I made sure I logged in as Administrator of the workstation.

Tom Geschwender

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Jan 29, 2003, 9:39:42 PM1/29/03
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The only other thing I could find was this statement "The "data move -119" error is from InstallShield's installation routine. You can see this error if the install is having trouble registering a DLL.

The easiest fix is to just cancel out of the installation, and reboot the machine. Sometimes the DLL is locked due to a system lock on that file, and a reboot will correct that."

But, if you followed my directions earlier, you must have rebooted the machine several times already. Personally, I would use the free 90 days of telephone support to call Adobe for a solution.

merrill l willgrubs

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Feb 1, 2003, 1:27:09 PM2/1/03
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Regarding the errors 115 etc, I had the same problem (115). As someone suggested, disable virus scan, and it works just fine..

merrill

Kristopher Thornn

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Feb 6, 2003, 3:11:09 AM2/6/03
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Hello, im having the 115 error also, ive tried safe mode, ive disbled Nortons, Ive tried typical mode, compact mode, custom.
I do not even use netscape, which is why this irritates me even more, considering it is a netscape plug in that it is hanging on.
I even tried installing netscape just because.
Im pulling out my hair here, any ideas?
I have many PDF files I NEED to have access to.

Thomas Fielding

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Feb 28, 2003, 1:51:28 PM2/28/03
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Hello, over here I'm having the same problem. I disabled my virus scan, no improvement. My system is win 98 2nd edi.
My error code is "-113", otherwise identical word for word with the lines Tracey Williamson wrote out except for me it's a "readme.html" file that can't copy to a sub-directory of PDFMaker.
It's holding my system hostage.
Doesn't any Adobe tech support person come into the forums to help us out?
My installation aborts always at the 71% mark, you can set your clock by it.
I go to the directories that should be there, and no files were copied successfully - the installation just aborts.

I'm going crazy over here. Please email me at bullri...@hotmail.com if you think you can help me.

Thank-you.

Thomas Fielding

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Feb 28, 2003, 1:52:42 PM2/28/03
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Have you managed to solve your problem?

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On Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 9:47:31 PM UTC+5:30, Tracey Williamson wrote:

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On Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 9:47:31 PM UTC+5:30, Tracey Williamson wrote:

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On Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 9:47:31 PM UTC+5:30, Tracey Williamson wrote:
sir plese help me

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