Fail Upgrade exchange 2007 to SP1

Hi

I'm trying upgrade Exchange 2007 to SP1, and when install the SP1, appears an error, if I see the event viewer i have two error: 4999, 5000

What Can I do?
agustiponsAsked:
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futurefilesCommented:
try it from the command line
cd to the install directory
then
Setup.com /mode:upgrade
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agustiponsAuthor Commented:
Hi futurefiles

I have the same error
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Jack_FrenchCommented:
Check the ExchangeSetupLogs for additional information on the upgrade and why it may have failed. These are saved on the C drive. How many 2k7 servers are in your Environment? Is this an Edge that you are upgrading?
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agustiponsAuthor Commented:
I have only one 2k7 server with all the roles

this is the exchengseseuplog

[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] **********************************************
[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] Starting Microsoft Exchange 2007 Setup
[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] **********************************************
[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] Operating System version: Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 2.
[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] Setup version: 8.1.240.6.
[10/11/2008 10:42:45] [0] Logged on user: domain\apc.
[10/11/2008 10:42:46] [0] Command Line Parameter Name='nologo', Value=''.
[10/11/2008 10:42:46] [0] Command Line Parameter Name='mode', Value='Upgrade'.
[10/11/2008 10:42:46] [0] Command Line Parameter Name='sourcedir', Value='C:\Ex2007SP1'.
[10/11/2008 10:42:46] [0] Command Line Parameter Name='fromsetup', Value=''.
[10/11/2008 10:42:46] [0] ExSetup was started with the following command: '/NoLogo /mode:upgrade /sourcedir:C:\Ex2007SP1 /FromSetup'.
[10/11/2008 10:42:47] [0] Setup is choosing the domain controller to use
[10/11/2008 10:42:48] [0] The MSExchangeADTopology has a persisted domain controller: rtm-correo.domain.com
[10/11/2008 10:42:49] [0] PrepareAD has either not been run or has not replicated to the domain controller used by Setup. Setup will attempt to use the Schema Master domain controller rtm-central.domain.com
[10/11/2008 10:42:50] [0] The schema master domain controller is available
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futurefilesCommented:
what is the exact error that setup gives you?
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Jack_FrenchCommented:
And that is where it ends? Do you have an empty root domain? Is the Exchange Server in a child of a resource or root domain?
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agustiponsAuthor Commented:
hi futurefiles

the setup only say me

the exchange setup detected an error and close

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agustiponsAuthor Commented:
hi Jack i have one domain, only one anda this server is a DC
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agustiponsAuthor Commented:
I put permissions "all" in the regedit
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