Windows cannot configure the Merge Module SOHlib

error message at startup.

original title: SOHLib Module.msi merge

How to stop a message that happens every time I start the computer?

The a of windows cannot continue.  SOHLib fusion Module.msi is not found.

Then, another window appears that says: Error 1706 no valid entry was found for the product.

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Hi Alfonsos,

Thanks for choosing Microsoft Community Forums.

According to the description, it seems that you receive an error message "windows install cannot continue. SOHLib fusion Module.msi was not found"on startup.

(1) did you do changes on the computer before this problem?

Step 1: I would say as you follow the steps to start the computer in Mode safe and check if it helps.

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/start-your-computer-in-safe-mode

If the issue is not persistent, then follow the article to find the cause of the same thing.

Step 2: I suggest you to place the computer in clean boot mode and check if the problem persists.
A clean boot to check if startup item or services to third-party application is causing this issue.
You can read the following article to configure the computer to boot:
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/929135
Note: After the troubleshooting steps, see step 3 of the link to clean boot the computer to a normal startup mode.

I hope this helps. Try the above steps and get back to us for further assistance if you have questions about the Windows operating system. We will be happy to help you.

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