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Eitman/archive/2009/08/11/one thing can be done in this case , override interested registry keys in (OEM Specific e.g timezone and set it 1 as default) may be the user hive can be used to write application specific data so that, i hope that at least os will found consistent as long as its not actually corrupted. last option i can see is to modify the behavior/code which checks for the consistency.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site.
INFO: updating registry key ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/ORACLE/KEY_Ora DB12Home1’ INFO: updating registry key ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/ORACLE/KEY_Ora DB12Home1’ The solution to this Error is simply when you are unzipping the folders unzip at one common folder as i have done You will find components folders as shown below D:\softwares\12coracle\winx64_12102_database_1of2\database\Components D:\softwares\12coracle\winx64_12102_database_2of2\database\stage\Components Please try to read the log details as shown in screenshot above,its showing the path where installation log are being created.
The location was C:\Program Files\Oracle\Inventory\logs \install Actions2016-01-26_01-50-16AM.
After going through the logs i found that, In my case it was not able to find the files at below path during the installation D:\softwares\12coracle\winx64_12102_database_1of2\database\stage\Components\oracle.rdbms\220.127.116.11.0\1\Data Files Because there was other unzipped part as shown below and it was unable to get the files at abovepath Hence i copied all the file from below path to the above path location D:\softwares\12coracle\winx64_12102_database_2of2\database\stage\Components\oracle.rdbms\18.104.22.168.0\1\Data Files I ran the whole installation again and folks it completed in overall 55 mins the overall installation with the plugable and container database configuration itself.
Hope …will work for everyone , As this was the issue where HKEY registry updating is getting hung ..
Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, shows to use the Power Shell registry provider to easily modify registry property values. It has been raining quite a bit this week, and the air outside has a fresh spring rain smell to it.
It is due in part to the travel for recent conferences, various meetings, and an unexpected dinner with Windows Power Shell tweeps. Of course, each week is only 168 hours long, but this one has seemed long.I am sitting on the lanai sipping a cup of Irish Breakfast tea and munching on a blueberry scone that the Scripting Wife made last night.I have set aside most of today to work on my Windows Power Shell 3.0 Step-by-Step book that will be published this summer with Microsoft Press. I just noticed that you can preorder it on Amazon.) Note This is the sixth blog in a series of Hey, Scripting Guy! The first blog, Using the Registry Provider to Simply Registry Access posted on Monday.Tuesday I discussed using the *restore* cmdlets to perform a system state backup of a computer prior to manipulating the registry.On Wednesday I talked about creating new registry keys and assigning default values.In the fourth blog, I talked about creating new registry keys on remote computer systems.I also discussed creating registry property values.In the fifth blog, I created a function and a script that enumerate all the registry properties and their associated values.The function and script return a custom object that permits further work with the output by using standard Windows Power Shell functionality.For additional information about working with the registry via Windows Power Shell, see this collection of blogs.