Windows Server - WindowsInstaller-KB89380----Not enough storage is....

Asked By SVK N on 18-Mar-11 02:01 AM
i am having windows 2008 server 64 bit. when i tried to install a application i was getting some windows installer error when i tried to install WindowsInstaller-KB893803-v2-x86 i got a erro msg ---------------------------
Setup Error
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Not enough storage is available to process this command.
Venu K replied to SVK N on 18-Mar-11 02:05 AM
Check the Free space on C drive,Remove any temporary files or run some disk cleanup utility,and then reinstall ,

It will be solved
SVK N replied to Venu K on 18-Mar-11 02:11 AM
there is 50 gb free & everything is cleared all the temps and all
Venu K replied to SVK N on 18-Mar-11 02:41 AM
May I know what is that application?If not also paste the EventViewer information which will be helpful to me to narrow down the issue,Did the application met all the prerequisites
Anoop S replied to SVK N on 18-Mar-11 03:15 AM
What anti virus are you using? some times antivirus  can also cause this problem if any malware that may be in the archives will be detected by your Real Time Protection
SVK N replied to Anoop S on 18-Mar-11 03:47 AM
no antivirus installed yet
Mike Manny replied to SVK N on 18-Mar-11 11:55 AM
here is a tech article from microsoft on installing it. 
Are you installing Windows6.0-KB942288-v2-x64.MSU.  That is the name of the one that you need. 
Also,
It is recommended that the Windows Installer service be stopped when using the update package. When the package is run in full UI mode it detects if the Windows Installer service is running and requests the user to stop the service. If the user continues without stopping the service, the update replaces Windows Installer

Refer to this to help
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa372856(v=vs.85).aspx

Mike Manny replied to Mike Manny on 18-Mar-11 11:56 AM
Also, reading what you posted, it looks like you are trying to install the 32bit (x86) instead of the 64bit.  That is most likely your issue, the wrong versoin of windows installer.
Navneet Luhar replied to SVK N on 20-Mar-11 03:15 AM
I think you are using a wrong installer package, when you have 64bit OS installed, then why are you using a 32bit installer.

Please use 64bit installer file.