This install seems to be part of an OBIEE install. Pl ensure that there are no spaces or special characters in any directory names during the install process.
E:\Downloads\Oracle\Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 11g\1. Oracle Database 11gR2\database\install\../stage/products.xml
Are you running the install with Administrator privileges ?
I have extracted again the contents of downloaded files 1 & 2 to C: root (without any spaces) instead of any other drive. I run the setup again but the same failures are occurred. I have 500Gb hard drive, 200Gb free in C: and 3Gb RAM.
I have also tried running the setup with Administrator rights.
After all, I do not understand why it shows the Physical Memory, Available Physical Memory and Swap Size failure?
I am using 32-bit Windows 7 Ultimate. Obviously the database is also 32-bit. If the database was 64-bit and not 32-bit, it never run on 32-bit OS ever.
I downloaded the database from the following link:
I am using 32-bit Windows 7 Ultimate
Why? I can almost guarantee your hardware is 64 bit. Why do people insist on running 32-bit OS? Especially if you are running the "ultimate" edition of Win7.
It's long past time to be driving a stake in the heart of 32-bit software. Just as PCs moved from 8-bit to 16-bit, to 32-bit. Time to move on. Past time to move on.
Thank you for your reply.
I issued dxdiag command in run dialog. The snapshot is as follows:
The failures are no more. The correct answer has been found on the below post. I am very thankful to everybody to share me their experiences.
There seems to be a problem with the Oracle 11g R2 universal installer (OUI) detecting the server configuration that requires an adminstrative share on C$ to be created.
Start --> Settings --> Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Computer Management
Expand "Shared Folders" then right click on "Shares" and select "New File Share"
Define the C$ share as follows
Folder to share: C:\
Share name : C$
Once this is done OUI detects the configuration for pre-install checks without any problems (at least in Windows XP Pro SP3)
Once installed, you can remove the C$ share
Please refer to these MOS bug id docs for more information:
Bug 9835902: TO SHARE C$ IS A REQUIREMENT ON 11.2 NOT INCLUDED ON INSTALLATION GUIDE
Bug 9814589 - INSTALLATION OF 11GR2 FAILS CHECKING PREREQS IS C$ IS NOT SHARED
Bug 9738835 - ALL PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS FAIL
How to create and delete hidden or administrative shares on client computers: