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01-12-2011 07:21 AM - edited 01-12-2011 07:25 AM
HP Support Assistant was running and downloaded an update for itself, which doesn't install properly. I am left with shortcuts that no longer work - HSPA.exe is missing.
I went direct to HP site, downloaded HSPA latest version, and tried to install.
I get toward the end of the instal...
Then get this error:
Then HSPA unintalls itself...
Then I get a final Windows error:
I have tried a System Restore, but it doesn't work (no restore point early enough).
Can you help me fix this problem?
(Unlike some other posts, I really LIKE HSPA and want to keep using it.)
I am using Win 7 Ultimate x64 on an Envy 1104-tx.
01-12-2011 07:44 AM
Sorry to hear about your HPSA
Please try this to repair.
GO to Control Panel - Program removal - Remove the HPSA SW completely.
Then reboot and go to this site to download the latest version
Hope this works for you.
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01-17-2011 04:32 AM
Unfortunately, it doesn't fix the problem because now it won't install via Control Panel:
I select the HPSA and ask to uninstall:
I get the message that it's preparing to remove...
Then it "crashes" with the same error as before:
Now what should I do? I would really like to get HPSA working again.
04-05-2011 11:23 AM
I am sorry to see you are experiencing this problem.
Try downloading the latest version of HPSA from www.hp.com/go/hpsupportassistant.
The installer should remove old versions of HPSA from Windows and install the new version.
Do you happen to be using Zone Alarm or a another security application that could be blocking the install?
* Although I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP.
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07-03-2011 05:04 AM
HP Support Assistant.msi is missing. (in fact its located in another msi setup)
1-downlaod the latest update from hp web site and start the installation
2-go to c:\windows\installler (installer is a hidden folder)
3-sort by date ,you will notice a new file appearing while installing. for example xxxx.msi
4- before canceling your installation, copy it to desktop
5-now download universal extractor to extract msi files
6-extract it and you will retrieveHP Support Assistant.msi
7-copy all the files to c:\windows\installler and restart the installation from original download setup
8-ignore all errors the first time, then run a second installation
it worked for me on hp support assistant.msi
hint: dont spend time looking on forums, try to solve it yourself
02-06-2012 03:20 AM
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02-16-2012 10:56 PM
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02-28-2012 05:34 PM - edited 02-28-2012 05:57 PM
This is what worked for me -- it takes awhile to process:
Then I ran a program to clean the registry (Advanced System Care).
Then I rebooted.
Then I ran the HP Support Assistant .exe (latest version of this posting: sp54620.exe)... that failed to finish.
I then went to: C:\SWSetup\SP54620
Finally it installed. What a pain ...
Now it is still stuck with loading the product information. But at least it's installed I suppose.
Product needs to be rewritten or bug fixed.