Error 1334 .File cannot be found in the

I am working on a Win 7-64 bit machine. I have a software installation package which contains the .msi file, a CAB file and some MST files. I wanted to modify the cabinet file. So I extracted the cab file using CABARC utility.

But before making any changes to the extracted files, just for testing the utility I removed the original cab file from the current directory. And created a new cab file from the files extracted from the original cab file, again using CABARC utility.

But now if I run the .msi file, it shows the error:

ERROR:1334. The file "XYZ" cannot be installed because the file cannot be found in the cabinet file This could indicate a network error, an error reading from the CD-ROM, or a problem with this package.

But the file is present in the cabinet file I can see that. The same installer is working fine with the original cab file.

I have tried different compression types (MSZIP, LZX:<15...21>) as well, but none of them work. I have not removed/added any file in the cabinet file. Am I doing anything wrong or if there is any other information that a cabinet file stores ?



This error when the setup path exceed the path limit for OS. Try changing output path for installer path to some shorter path.

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