Installation Error problem 3052: Uninitialized variable, undefined function

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Hi! I have just installed a program and this 3052 error just came up.

I really don't know what to do with this, I tried reinstalling it but it seems to happen again.

Tried restarting my computer and yes, it still does happen.

Error: WBT - install.exe 3052 uninitialized variable

Error: W8 – install.exe

Error: C:usersdadapp datalocaltemppft7G49.temp

3052: Uninitialized variable, undefined function, or unquoted string

Thanks

Dennis

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Answered By 0 points N/A #168895

Installation Error problem 3052: Uninitialized variable, undefined function

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Hello Dennis,

That is an error that occurs when the computer is overloaded with too much data, or when certain system files are missing or broken. It is a critical sign of an unstable system due to improper maintenance of the computer.

To resolve the issue, you will need to scan, diagnose and repair your computer using tools like CCleaner, Disk Cleanup utility or other third party apps that you can get online.

Regards,

Carl

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #168896

Installation Error problem 3052: Uninitialized variable, undefined function

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Hi Dennis,

     Error 3052 means there is a typo or syntax error somewhere in the program code. This can also mean that you are using a newer version of Winbatch function this is used to compile code. Again this is part of the package of the software and basically this means that there is nothing that we can do. However, you can download the installer and maybe extract it from another computer so to minimize any conflict.

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Installation Error problem 3052: Uninitialized variable, undefined function

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Hi 

That seems to be an error with the language settings. Anyway, go this Techyv link for more information regarding on this issue.

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