As far as I remember there is an option to run an application in compatibility mode, or something like that. It basically runs the binary in a 32-bit way. Perhaps you could try running the installer in that way.
I think you do this by right-clicking on the executable, choosing properties, and then selecting the compatibility mode (I don't have a windows machine here to check).
Thanks for the quick reply!
I did what you said and enabled the compatibility mode to Windows XP SP 2. Same problem, here is part of the stack trace
ZeroGpd: Windows DLL failed to load
The corresponding JIRA issue is still open as well!
I don't know if you have fix your problem but on 64bit Windows you can try to start the install with the option LAX_VM and a 32bit java like :
fuse-message-broker-126.96.36.199-windows.exe LAX_VM D:\Java32bit\jre\bin\java.exe
I would re-echo this one. I am still searching for a solution.
FUSE ESB v3.4 Release Notes
Added by Ulhas Bhole, last edited by Jamie Goodyear on Jul 30, 2010 (view change)
Release Notes - FUSE ESB - Version 188.8.131.52-fuse - July 29th, 2010
ESB-1109 - namespace stripped from request
ESB-1200 - Prefix mapping dropped leads to invalid xml
ESB-1229 - HTTP Consumer Timeout doesn't work
ESB-1195 - Upgrade to log4j 1.2.16
ESB-1180 - MEP parameter gets appended to service/endpoint name
When starting the container, you get this warning when the servicemix-lwcontainer JBI component is being installed. The warning is harmless and should not have any implications at runtime.
Unable to add File ../lib/servicemix-shared-2009.01.0.6-fuse-installer.zip
to class path as it doesn't exist
This release packages the following Fuse dependencies.
Fuse Mediation Router 184.108.40.206-fuse
Fuse Services Framework 2.2.9-fuse-01-00
Fuse Message Broker 220.127.116.11-fuse
JBI Components 2009.01.0.6-fuse
It doesn't seem to work for me.