=?Utf-8?B?RGFu?= <Dan@xxxxxx> wrote in
> "Gumby" wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I'm running Vista 32bit Home Premium on a new PC. I can't install
>> > DirectX
>> > Trying to run DirectX I get this messageInstalling Components part:
>> > 'A cabinet file necessary for installation cannot be trusted.
>> > Please verify the Cryptographic Services are enabled and the
>> > cabinet file certificate is valid.'
>> Do you have cryptographic services enabled in the services list. If
>> you do then I would just right click the file and select run as
>> administrator so long as you are sure the file is legit.
> Hi there,
> Thanks, but no luck. Cryptographic services enabled and I have tried
> running as an administrator. Same result.
Odd, never heard of this before. Only guess is that the CAB file got
corrupted during download. I assume you're running DXWEBSETUP.EXE which
downloads the files you need and installs them, right?
You might want to clear your temp files, if a corrupted CAB file is on
your system and the DXWEBSETUP program doesn't try to re-download the
file, it'll just keep having this same problem. Clearing out those files
then running DXWEBSETUP again may help.
Right-Click your C: drive from Computer window and choose properties.
Make sure Temporary Files are checked and follow the prompts to delete
Try running DXWebSetup.exe again. You might want to download the file
from Microsoft.com/directx, just in case.
If that does not help I have no ideas other than to wait here for help,
or go to Microsoft.com and put in the error message into the search bar.
See if there's a kb article about this message.