I haven't every been able to get AIR to work on my laptop
since it was called Apollo, but I got a bunch of cool links to
stuff at MAX that I wanted to try out, so I uninstalled the AIR
Runtime I had, rebooted, installed AIR 1.5, and now all attempts to
install AIR applications com back with the dreaded "Something Went
Wrong Trying to install this application." error.
I'm running Vista Home Premium, and I did run into a problem
where the HKLM/Software/Classes/.air keys were locked, and after
wrestling with the Registry permissions, I managed to clean that
up, so the installer now seems to be creating and deleting those
keys properly. However, I'm still getting this "Something Went
I've created .airappinstall.log and .airinstall.log files in
my home directory, but the .airappinstall.log file remains empty.
The .airinstall.log file shows a successful install of the AIR
I've got several .air files that I've downloaded and saved to
my computer, and these seem to suffer the same problems as if I
were using the "Badge" installations online.
If I uninstall the AIR application, and then use a Badge
install to install both the application and the runtime, both
successfully install. However, any subsequent application installs
fail with the same "Something went wrong" message.
The error you're reporting looks different. I don't get
processes hanging up, I get that error message "Something Went
Wrong Trying to install..." and then a graceful failure with an
exit at the end. Nothing gets written to the log.