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I had an old version of Toshiba Bluetooth stacks for Windows for non-Toshiba hardware, and I needed to update it.

The new versions of this software will only support Toshiba hardware unless device info, UID etc. is added to the inf file prior to install. But the inf is in a .cab file but after Extracting & Repacking the cab and trying to install, it throws error 1334.

How can I resolve this error?

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Have you tried updating the driver for the device via Device Manager, then browsing and pointing to the INF file? –  Karan Oct 23 '12 at 15:22
    
Yes and it says data of this type is unsupported when windows tries to use it :/ –  Louis Royal Oct 23 '12 at 20:31

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are you sure you have not replaced any file while copying additional files?

might be installer is doing checksum of cab file and hence throwing error.

as far as I know if you tamper with driver files they give problems to install.

can you try downloading driver from vendor site. you can use Driver software like Driver Magician to search for suitable driver on net.

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