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Loadrunner 11.5 Installation error missing .hpp file

Downloaded 11.5 install from HP and tried to perform a clean install on Windows XP machine. The install fails to complete (see attched message) due to missing file causing error attempting to open. The source directory specified in the error does not contain the file - constructor_destructor_store_hash_fn_imps.hpp. Only constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp file is present. The install then has to be cancelled. Unable to add attachment full error is: Error attempting to open source file: path\constructor_destructor_store_hash_fn_imps.hpp System error code 3
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Re: Loadrunner 11.5 Installation error missing .hpp file

Hello Forsh75,


Could be that the file that you downloaded is corrupted.


Please try to download again the tool using your SAID from THE SSO website https://softwaresupport.hp.com/


On the other hand, remember to install the tool with a full admin account.

 

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Loadrunner 11.5 Installation error missing .hpp file

Install from the same download is fine when upgrading from version 11.4 to 11.5
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