Windows Installer Error 1330
I wonder if anyone has ever come across this problem before. I'm trying to install a piece of Spanish software for a school I work at but it won't install on all of the computers. On some I get this error message:
Error 1330.A file that is required cannot be installed because the cabinet file m:\cab1.cab has an invalid digital signature.
All of the computers on the network are running Windows XP Professional SP3. I've searched on Google for answers but I'm not really getting anywhere. As far as I have found this is a problem with Windows XP when it is trying to extract cab files larger than 600MB. However Microsoft don't seem to have any kb articles related to it nor a patch to fix it. There is however a patch to fix the problem on Server 2003. Yet it puzzles me as to why it will install on some completely identical machines. Obviously something in the Windows code has changed.
I've tried installing directly from the CD and from the network, neither are successful. People have suggested copying all of the files to the hard drive of the computers or modifying the registry, but even if this works it's not going to be the easiest way to deploy the software across the whole school.
Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this problem, or can someone suggest a sensible workaround that I can use to deploy the software across the entire school?