During a planned quarterly maintenance window, wanted to patch SharePoint 2013 servers with available hot fixes and cumulative updates (CU). As the first step, From Microsoft site http://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn789211%28v=office.14%29, requested hot fixes, Received an E-mail with hot fix links, downloaded those hot fixes and extracted to individual folders as in the below screen.
When trying to patch SharePoint 2013 servers with those hot fixes, installation failed suddenly with an error “The installation of this package failed”.
Navigated to “%Tmp%” location and tried catching the root cause of the failure from the log file generated “opatchinstall.txt”. Found these lines while scanning through the log file: “Getting the data from file <path location> UBERSRV_2.cab”
So, the catch here is, Hot fix installer is looking for “ubersrv_2.cab” file which we extracted into a different folder, and fails since it couldn’t locate that file on the same folder it exists.
Solution is simple! Just place all three extracted files together in the same folder and re-run the hot fix installation. It went through well after moving cab files in to the same folder where the hot fix installer ubersrv.exe was placed.
Note: This one worked for me! I went to the download the hotfix but this time I also download the ubersrv_1.cab and ubersrv_2.cab also with the ubersrv2013-kb2956166-fullfile-x64-gib.exe. Previously I only download ubersrv2013-kb2956166-fullfile-x64-gib.exe and thought that this file will extract ubersrv_1 and ubersrv_2 but it doesn’t. You need to download all 3 files
Article from: http://www.sharepointdiary.com/2014/12/the-installation-of-this-package-failed-error-in-sharepoint-2013-patching.html