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How to Fix a CAB Error So You Can Install Programs

 

Cab errors are not uncommon errors with many Windows operating systems, especially the original version of Windows XP. If you are experiencing CAB errors on your computer then you may have trouble when trying to install certain programs, such as from a CD-ROM.

 

What Are CAB Errors?

When CAB errors occur, something happens that will not allow the user to access the folder that is created by the CAB system. CAB is short for ‘cabinet’ and the folder that is created acts just like a filing cabinet full of needed information for an installation. If you cannot access that virtual storage unit, you will not be able to install the program in question. You will be alerted to a CAB error with a pop up style error message.

 

What Causes CAB Errors?

CAB errors can be caused by several factors. One thing that might be going on is that your computer’s registry has some corrupt files. Another possibility is that you are in fact running the original version of Windows XP and have not had it properly updated. In a worst case scenario, your computer’s hard drive may be going and this may be the source of the malfunction.

 

How to Fix CAB Errors

Fixing a CAB error problem can be tackled in a few of different ways. While one solution may not work for you, another might so it is best to try each solution until you find the one that works best for your CAB error situation.

 

Solution 1: Reregister the DLL File with Windows

Steps:

1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
2. Go to the start menu and click the start button.
3. Go to Run.
4. Type in ‘regsrv23%windar%\system32\cabview.dll where appropriate.
5. Click OK.
6. Restart your computer to ensure update takes hold.
7. Check for errors to reoccur.

 

Solution 2: Perform a Windows Update

Steps:

1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
2. In Safe Mode, click the start button on your computer’s desktop.
3. Click ‘All Programs.’
4. Click ‘Windows Update.’
5. Follow along with instructions.
6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.
7. Check for errors to reoccur.

 

Solution 3: Install Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP-1)

Steps:

1. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/default.aspx.
2. Locate the download for Microsoft Service Pack 1 (SP-1).
3. Select SP-1 and watch for the installation wizard to pop up.
4. Follow wizard instructions.
5. Click ‘Done’ when prompted.
6. Restart your computer.
7. Check for errors to reoccur.

 

Hopefully one of these solutions will clear up your CAB errors and have you installing programs on your computer with ease once more. Good luck!


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