On some workstations, it happens that the Chromium browser installation, triggered by the Woody in2it installer, fails causing an interruption of Woody in2it installation.
This issue can be due to different causes:
1 - Chromium took too much time to be installed, which caused a timeout in Woody in2it installer.
In this case, the installer says that the installation of Chromium has failed whereas it has been completed correctly.
- To fix this, check if Chromium has been installed by searching "Chromium" in the Windows Start menu.
- If it has been installed, re-run Woody in2it installer and choose "Repair Woody in2it". The installer should execute without error, and Woody in2it will be successfully installed
- If it has not been installed, go to case n°2 below
2 - Chromium failed to install, and is not present in the Windows Start menu nor in the Control Panel > Uninstall Program
In this case, you should install Chromium manually before re-run the Woody in2it installer.
Chromium installer should have been uncompressed in C:\Program Files\Woody Technologies\Woody in2it\install during the first installation attempt.
If not, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the appropriate installer.
To run the Chromium installer for all users, please do the following:
- Open a Windows Command Prompt as administrator
- Execute the following command line: msiexec "C:\Program Files\Woody Technologies\Woody in2it\install\Chromium_35.0.1894.0_installer.exe" --system-level
Once the Chromium installation is complete, re-run Woody in2it installer and choose "Repair Woody in2it". The installer should execute without error, and Woody in2it will be successfully installed
If these 2 solutions didn't fix your issue, please contact Woody Technologies support team.