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InstallShield Silent sqlstp.log

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by KraftyOne, Apr 23, 2004.

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  1. KraftyOne

    KraftyOne Thread Starter

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    I was just searching on google for some info. and clicked on one of the links:
    http://www.databasejournal.com/img/sqlstp.log

    .....I think it may have installed something on my computer. It briefly (like 2 seconds-max...no kidding!!) flashed a little "download complete" type screen and then notepad opened up the following file:


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    Setup.log
    [InstallShield Silent]
    Version=v5.00.000
    File=Log File

    [Application]
    Name=MSDE
    Version=7.00.000
    Company=Microsoft

    [Status]
    Completed=1
    RebootRequired=0

    [ResponseResult]
    ResultCode=0

    SQLStp.log
    09:05:22 Begin Setup
    09:05:22 7.00.623
    09:05:22 Mode=Silent
    09:05:22 ModeType=NORMAL
    09:05:23 ValueFTS returned: 0
    09:05:23 ValuePID returned: 0
    09:05:23 ValueLic returned: 0
    09:05:23 GetDefinitionEx returned: 0, Extended: 0x0
    09:05:23 System: Windows 98
    09:05:23 SQL Server ProductType: MSDE [0x4]
    09:05:23 Begin Action: SetupInitialize
    09:05:23 End Action SetupInitialize
    09:05:23 Fixed install: 0
    09:05:23 Begin Action: CheckRequirements
    09:05:23 Platform ID: 0xf0000
    09:05:23 Version: 4.10.67766446
    09:05:23 DCOM95 has been detected.
    09:05:23 File Version - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\shdocvw.dll: 5.0.2614.3500
    09:05:23 ComputerName: C1082797-A
    09:05:23 User Name: datafast
    09:05:23 Domain: C1082797-A
    09:05:23 OS Language: 0x409
    09:05:23 End Action CheckRequirements
    09:05:23 Begin Action: Detection
    09:05:23 End Action Detection
    09:05:23 Begin Action: ODBCLocked
    09:05:23 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\_ISTMP4.DIR\odbcinst.exe -IsLocked -Silent 1 -SourceDir

    C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PFT40A~1\X86\ODBC -LogFile C:\WINDOWS\sqlodbci.log
    09:05:24 Process Exit Code: (-1)
    09:05:24 End Action ODBCLocked
    09:05:24 This combination of Package and Operating System allows a full product install.
    09:05:24 Reading Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\CommonFilesDir ...
    09:05:24 CommonFilesDir=C:\Program Files\Common Files
    09:05:24 Windows Directory=C:\WINDOWS\
    09:05:24 Begin Action: ShowDialogs
    09:05:24 Begin Action: DialogShowSdWelcome
    09:05:24 End Action DialogShowSdWelcome
    09:05:24 Begin Action: DialogShowSdLicense
    09:05:24 End Action DialogShowSdLicense
    09:05:24 Begin Action: DialogShowSdRegisterUserEx
    09:05:24 End Action DialogShowSdRegisterUserEx
    09:05:24 Begin Action: DialogShowSdSetupType
    09:05:25 [SetupTypeSQL]
    09:05:25 Result=302
    09:05:25 szDir=C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:25 final szDir=C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:25 szDataDir=C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:25 final szDataDir=C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:25 End Action DialogShowSdSetupType
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DialogShowSdComponentMult
    09:05:25 End Action DialogShowSdComponentMult
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DlgCpSortUnicode
    09:05:25 Result=1
    09:05:25 [DlgCpSortUnicode]
    09:05:25 SortId=52
    09:05:25 LCID=1033
    09:05:25 CompStyle=196609
    09:05:25 End Action DlgCpSortUnicode
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DlgNetwork
    09:05:25 Result=1
    09:05:25 [DlgServerNetwork]
    09:05:25 NetworkLibs=4095
    09:05:25 TCPPort=1433
    09:05:25 TCPPrxy=
    09:05:25 NMPPipeName=\\.\pipe\sql\query
    09:05:25 End Action DlgNetwork
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DlgServices
    09:05:25 [DlgServices]
    09:05:25 Result=1
    09:05:25 Local-Domain=3855
    09:05:25 AutoStart=61455
    09:05:25 End Action DlgServices
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DialogShowSdStartCopy
    09:05:25 End Action DialogShowSdStartCopy
    09:05:25 Begin Action: DlgCPLLicense
    09:05:25 End Action DlgCPLLicense
    09:05:25 End Action ShowDialogs
    09:05:25 Begin Action ProcessBeforeDataMove:
    09:05:25 DeinstallStart returned (C:\MSSQL7): 0
    09:05:25 End Action ProcessBeforeDataMove:
    09:05:25 Begin Action ProcessComponentSelection:
    09:05:25 End Action ProcessComponentSelection
    09:05:25 Begin Action LogSelectedComponents:
    09:05:25 SQLProg
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr\Help
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr\SCMDev
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr\SCMDev\SCMh
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr\SCMDev\SCMX86Lb
    09:05:25 SQLProg\SQLServr\SCMDev\SCMALb
    09:05:25 SQLProg\ReplSupp
    09:05:25 SQLProg\ReplSupp\ReplSys
    09:05:25 SQLProg\ReplSupp\ReplSys1
    09:05:25 SQLProg\ReplSupp\RepComm
    09:05:25 SQLProg\Dat
    09:05:25 SQLProg\BaseSys
    09:05:25 SQLProg\BaseBinn
    09:05:25 Core
    09:05:25 CoreSys
    09:05:25 ODBC
    09:05:25 OLEDB
    09:05:25 CoreMisc
    09:05:25 Jet
    09:05:25 NetCore
    09:05:25 CoreInst
    09:05:25 Core1033
    09:05:25 CoreIntl
    09:05:25 CrMi1033
    09:05:25 CrMiIntl
    09:05:25 SysCore
    09:05:25 VOLEDB
    09:05:25 VODBC
    09:05:25 CrRepCom
    09:05:25 {E07FDDBE-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:05:25 {E07FDDC0-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:05:25 End Action LogSelectedComponents
    09:05:26 SQL program folder: C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:26 SQL data folder: C:\MSSQL7
    09:05:26 Windows system folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\
    09:05:26 Prog req: 15751, Data req: 20447, Sys req: 4433
    09:05:26 Prog avail: 1782841, Data avail: 1782841, Sys avail: 1782841
    09:05:26 Prog req vs. avail, 40631, 1782841
    09:05:26 Data req vs. avail, 20447, 1782841
    09:05:26 Sys req vs. avail, 24880, 1782841
    09:05:26 DisplaySystemPreReq
    09:05:26 Begin Action MoveFileData:
    09:05:53 End Action MoveFileData
    09:05:53 Begin Action ProcessAfterDataMove:
    09:05:53 DeinstallSetReference (C:\MSSQL7\sqlservr.exe) returned: 0
    09:05:53 End Action ProcessAfterDataMove
    09:05:53 Begin Action InstallPkgs:
    09:05:53 Setup is installing Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) ...
    09:05:53 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\pft40A3~TMP\x86\Other\mdac_typ.exe /q:a /c:"setup.exe /qtn"
    09:07:26 Process Exit Code: (3010)
    09:07:27 Setup is installing Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (MSDTC) ...
    09:07:27 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\pft40A3~TMP\x86\Other\dtcsetup.exe /q:a /r:n
    09:07:59 Process Exit Code: (0)
    09:08:00 End Action InstallPkgs
    09:08:00 Begin Action BuildServer:
    09:08:01 SetNewPath returned: 3010
    09:08:01 Path successfully updated.
    09:08:01 C:\MSSQL7\binn\cnfgsvr.exe -Silent 1 -NoSampleDB 1 -SQLPath "C:\MSSQL7\" -SQLDataPath "C:\MSSQL7\"

    -SortID 52 -LCIDCompStyle "1033-196609" -HWND 1020 -User sa -Pwd
    09:09:07 Process Exit Code: (0)
    09:09:07 End Action BuildServer
    09:09:07 Begin Action SelfRegister
    09:09:21 Return code: 0
    09:09:23 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\snapshot.exe-unregserver
    09:09:24 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\logread.exe-unregserver
    09:09:24 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\distrib.exe-unregserver
    09:09:25 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\replmerg.exe-unregserver
    09:09:25 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\snapshot.exe-regserver
    09:09:26 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\logread.exe-regserver
    09:09:26 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\distrib.exe-regserver
    09:09:27 **** File registered: C:\MSSQL7\binn\replmerg.exe-regserver
    09:09:27 End Action SelfRegister
    09:09:27 Begin Action SetupRegistry:
    09:09:27 End Action SetupRegistry
    09:09:27 Begin Action PostSetupRegistry:
    09:09:27 C:\MSSQL7\BINN\dcomscm.exe /RegServer
    09:09:27 Process Exit Code: (0)
    09:09:28 End Action PostSetupRegistry
    09:09:28 Begin Action SetupFolders:
    09:09:28 MSDE Folder refreshed.
    09:09:28 End Action SetupFolders
    09:09:28 Action CleanUpInstall:
    09:09:28 Uninstall command: C:\WINDOWS\IsUninst.exe -fC:\MSSQL7\Uninst.isu -c"C:\MSSQL7\sqlsun.dll"

    -msql70.mif
    09:09:28 SetTracking: {E07FDDA4-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:09:28 SetTracking: {E07FDDA6-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:09:28 SetTracking: {E07FDDBE-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:09:28 SetTracking: {E07FDDC0-5A21-11d2-9DAD-00C04F79D434}
    09:09:28 C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\pft40A3~TMP\x86\binn\regrebld.exe -Backup C:\MSSQL7\BINN
    09:09:29 Process Exit Code: (0)
    09:09:29 Registry successfully backed up.
    09:09:29 Installation Succeeded

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~

    I have no idea what this is or what the above file info. means. I thought I had changed my computer settings to prevent this type of thing from happening, but I really can't tell if anything was actually installed. I also searched my computer for newly created files etc. & didn't see anything that looked like it was related to this.

    Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks..

    ~KraftyOne
     
  2. mobo

    mobo

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    First please get Spybot S&D to clear out most of the spyware.

    Short tutorial and download link here:
    http://tomcoyote.org/SPYBOT/

    Fix everything SpybotSD labels in red.

    Then after reboot:
    Download 'Hijack This to its own folder http://www.tomcoyote.org/hjt/
    Unzip, doubleclick HijackThis.exe, and hit "Scan".

    When the scan is finished, the "Scan" button will change into a "Save Log" button.
    Press that, save the log, load it in Notepad, and copy its contents here. Most of what it lists will be harmless or even essential, don't fix anything yet.
     
  3. mobo

    mobo

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    After clicking on the link myself its only a link to the actual log and nothing ito install on your system. The notepad event that you seen was because the log on the site was created in notepad so it had to load it into yours..

    The other thing is that your system is xp and that log was for 98se.
     
  4. KraftyOne

    KraftyOne Thread Starter

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    mobo,

    I've been away from my computer for several days- so I just saw your reply...Thanks for your help! I'm glad to hear that nothing was installed.

    KraftyOne
     
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