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Please, someone can say what is this?Well, I would say that "The cabinet file Data1.cab required for this installation is corrupt and cannot be used."
but I tried to install the two executable (OracleXE.exe and OracleXEUniv.exe), I downloaded directly from this site, you can not file that is corrupt. What could be? We have tried solution on the Web but nothing resolved.
Well the error is pretty clear about it, the cab file is corrupt. You could have downloaded directly from oracle, but it doesn't mean this file was properly downloaded. Sometimes it happens that files get corrupted depending on how you downloaded it and which tool was used to perform the download process. I suggest you to redownload it.
iam downloading oracle 10g express edition for windows xp sp2 and try to install it but get error 1335. The cabinet file Data1.cab required for this installation is corrupt and cannot be used. This could indicate a network error, an error reading from the CD-ROW, or a problem with this package"
pls give the solution for the above error.
I downloaded the Unicode file few times and get the same error. Is there a MD5 for it? I try to install XE in a virtual machine so I do not tried this solution: http://forums.ubi.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/2881085392/m/7401018964?r=5751099964
Has anyone a solution how to install XE around this issue?
I got the same 1335 error numerous times after trying various things noted in other '1335' .cab error posts in other forums.
Believe it or not, the solution was easy for me: download the install .exe from Oracle using Internet Explorer (v8) vs. Firefox. I don't know why downloading using FF ended up with a corrupt .cab file every time (both the western and universal editions of XE), but using IE solved the problem.
This was for the Windows install obviously.
Hope this helps...
I faced the same problem when i downloaded both versions of the Oracle installer (English language only & Universal installer). I got this weird data1.cab file corrupt error message and the installer abruptly terminated. I used FIREFOX to download the installer. I tried downloading the same oracle installer using IE8, and surprise !!! No, error messages, smooth & perfect install !!!
Don't know what FIREFOX is doing differently. Hope this helps anyone else having the same problem.