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February 8, 2010 4:22:36 PM

Hey guys! Been having some issues installing CCC . I get this warning whenever i try to start CCC also during the installation.
MOM.IMPLEMENTATION version=2.03632.2811 culture=neutral, publickeytoken=90alot of numbers

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February 8, 2010 4:23:25 PM

Ryssen said:
Hey guys! Been having some issues installing CCC . I get this warning whenever i try to start CCC also during the installation.
MOM.IMPLEMENTATION version=2.03632.2811 culture=neutral, publickeytoken=90alot of numbers


Oh and im running vista 32 with radeon 3850.
February 8, 2010 10:31:12 PM

First, download Driver Sweeper from here, and install it - be sure to read it's instructions on the download page. Then uninstall all your ATI graphics software with the catalyst uninstaller. Then re-boot into safe mode and run it.
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February 8, 2010 11:03:34 PM

And going along with treefrog, is this a new Windows installation? Are you updating drivers or installing drivers for the first time? And if this is not a new Windows but is a new card, what was the old one?

Full computer specs as well.
February 9, 2010 12:31:29 AM

go into the control panel -> uninstall a program,
look for the ati catalyst install manager and click on it,
then click next, check uninstall(top most option) and click next,
then check customize and click next, then check the catalyst control center (top most option and make sure it is the only one that's checked) click next to uninstall, after that go down the ccc on ati web, just the ccc, no need for the package, then install it, hmm try to click on customize and check ccc when install, dont use the express. hope it help.
February 9, 2010 1:58:41 PM

EXT64 said:
And going along with treefrog, is this a new Windows installation? Are you updating drivers or installing drivers for the first time? And if this is not a new Windows but is a new card, what was the old one?

Full computer specs as well.

No my cards and windows installation came when i bought the computer.I just got tierd of not being able to use CCC untill now =)
Updating drivers works perfect.Tho i still get the same error message during the installation. However i will still get the error message when trying to start ccc.

About my speccs. This is what i found.
INTEL (R) core (TM) 2 quad cpu , q6600 2,40 ghz 2,40 gz.4 gig ram.32 bit vista.
Radeon 3850.
Hope that whats needed?

February 9, 2010 2:00:25 PM

Thanks alot for your resposes. Will give this a try this weekend.
Will post later on.
February 9, 2010 4:59:32 PM

Just noticed something strange. Went in to the control panel to uninstall ati. I found no trace of CCC .Tho found 3 NVIDIA tabs drivers / performance and system monitor?
When i window+r and dxdiag its telling me that i have a radeon card
Is that weird or ? :p 
February 9, 2010 7:23:24 PM

Well, maybe they are chipset stuff? Try a program like PCWizard to get the specs of the motherboard.
February 10, 2010 3:45:59 PM

Thx alot for your help guys. I tried everything last night. Ive even reset windows the way it was when i got it.
I just ordered a new pc.Tierd of having issues with this one.
Again thanks for your shown interest and helpfull tips!
Lets hope i dont get the same issue with my new computer :D 
February 10, 2010 4:37:04 PM

Good luck with your new computer.
April 20, 2010 10:44:59 AM

This worked for me after all else failed.

Download the latest CCC and driver for your graphics card.

Disconnect from the internet/network, etc.

Disable any internet security/firewalls, etc

Run the setup you just downloaded. You'll still get the cli errors. Don't worry.

Find cli.implementaion.dll and mom.implementaion.dll

They should be in C:\Program files\ATI Technologies\ATI.ACE\Core-Implementation.

Copy these 2 files to C:\, to the folder you saved the downloaded CCC/driver, and to C:\windows\System32.

Run the setup again. You'll probably still get error messages (I did). Don't worry.

CCC now works perfectly. If not, un-install with Add/Remove Programs, then run the setup (again!)

I don't know which specific folder these 2 files are meant to be in, and I don't really care. It worked for me.
April 20, 2010 10:49:41 AM

Also, when asked about replacing ATI files with older ones, I clicked Yes for each prompt.

I spent a full day trying various suggested 'fixes' and this was the only one that worked. Cheers.
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