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On some systems you need to reboot after running instmsia.exe or instmsiw.exe to install the Windows Installer runtime engine, before your real setup can launch. A reboot is needed because the operating system has msi.dll running in memory so the Windows Installer files are not replaced until after the reboot. This happens on systems with a shell version that includes the Windows desktop update, like Windows 98 and 2000, and Systems with IE4.01 SP1. For more information see Microsoft Knowledge Base article Q262974.
The need for a reboot after installing or updating the MSI runtime files has been eliminated in Windows Installer version 2.0, where the reboot can be postponed until the main setup has finished.
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