From the readme.1st in Fixpak 12 for Warp 4
3.0.12 NO PRODUCTS WERE FOUND
If you see a "No products were found" message while applying this FixPak,
there is probably a mismatch between the data in
\OS2\INSTALL\SYSLEVEL.OS2 and what is supported by this FixPak.
Compare the data for the OS/2 Base Operating System from the SYSLEVEL
command output with the same values listed at the end of this document in
the "FixPak Corrective Service levels and disk layouts" section. They
must be identical.
If these values are correct, check for the following files on any OS/2
boot drive in the \OS2\INSTALL directory.
Check for the following files in your MMOS2\INSTALL directory.
Also check for the following file:
If these files exist, rename them and try the FixPak installation again.
Delete the renamed files after the FixPak has been applied.
From the readme file in the Device Driver Fixpak
3.0.5 CSF0208 NO PRODUCTS WERE FOUND
This means no SYSLEVEL files was found that had a CSD Level, COMPID,
Version and Type that matched any of the SYSLEVEL files supported by this
FixPak. Run the SYSLEVEL command and record the output for SYSLEVEL.OS2
in the OS2/INSTALL directory on your boot drive. Compare this data with
the data contained in the README.1ST file on FixPak disk 1.
To recover from this, rename the existing SYSLEVEL.OS2 file to SYSL.OS2
and copy SYSLEVEL.OS2 from your Warp 4 installation DISK 1.