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Could you get the installation log and post here?
To get the log, create a file named .airappinstall.log file in your home directory.
Unfortunately I can only generate a log for the Air install itself. Once Air 1.5 is installed and I try to install any Air Application, it fails immediately with the error message in my initial post. I created the .airappinstall.log following the procedures in kb403123 and echo was on when I went to the Thwirl site and clicked "Install Thwirl" and the error message comes up instantly and no data is added to .airappinstall.log. And when I download the .air file manually Windows cannot find Air at all to associate with the .air file. Here is the text from the fresh Air install I performed right before trying to install Thwirl (taken from the .airinstall.log file):
Performing runtime install
UI SWF load is complete
starting user confirmation
Installation type: new
starting elevated install
subinstaller: starting install
subinstaller: Scheduling runtime installation operations
subinstaller: uninstall scheduled for 1.0.5, 1.0.4
subinstaller: Installed Product GUID: is same:false
subinstaller: Beginning runtime installation
subinstaller: Beginning install
subinstaller: Installing c:\users\brian\appdata\local\temp\air3489.tmp\setup.msi
subinstaller: Execution complete; beginning commit phase
subinstaller: Commit complete
subinstaller: install complete
subinstaller: begin quitting
Elevated install completed
You have installed Beta 1 and Beta 2 releases before.
Take a look at this discussion:
When the AIR file is not associated with an app., you can associate it with "Adobe AIR Application Installer.exe" in /program files/common files/adobe air/Versions/1.0 directory manually.
Beautiful! That is exactly what I needed. Except in Vista 64 bit, the Adobe Air Application Installer is located in:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0"
and not the 64 bit app install directory:
"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe AIR\Versions\1.0"
Thanks a ton, I have my Thwirl back!