Error installing iKernel.exe: (0x1400)

Tony Lambregts tony_lambregts at
Sat Feb 8 18:05:36 CST 2003

Dan Kegel wrote:

> This is something I see frequently.  Here's my little FAQ about it:
> When running an Installshield 6 installer:
> If you get the error "Error installing iKernel.exe: (0x1400)" at any 
> point,
> it's probably because there are leftover processes from a previous try.
> You can verify this with the command
> $ ps augxw | grep wine
> If that command shows old copies of wine running your setup,
> you need to kill them before you can run the setup program.
> If there are no other Wine programs running, you can kill them
> all with the command
> $ killall wine
> If you're also running Wine programs you care about, you'll
> have to kill off the old Setup instances one by one using
> kill and the individual PIDs (or perhaps Wine's spiffy Task Manager,
> which doesn't exist yet).
> Then repeat the ps to make sure the old wines are gone.
> - Dan 

Credit goes to Dan.<g>

Change log: Add entry for "Error installing iKernel.exe: (0x1400)" in 
wine FAQ.

Files Changed: documentation/faq.sgml


Tony Lambregts

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