Hi, I am trying to install Contribute 3 onto a Win Vista machine. I get the below error: 'Failed to install ISKernel files. Make sure you have the appropiate privileges on this machine' Can anyone shed some light as to what I need to do to install?? Dec 27, 2010 Forums > Windows 7 Forums > Installation, Setup and Updates > Failed to Install ISKERNEL FILES Discussion in 'Installation, Setup and Updates' started by Peta, Dec 6, 2010.
This subject has been discussed before but none of the suggestions seem to work for me. I am trying to install MicrosoftCodecPackamd64.msi file on my Windows 7 Home Premium system (64-bit). I'm the only user on this machine and I thought I had admin rights.
However, when I try to install said file I get messages telling me I don't have sufficient rights to make changed to the registry, etc. I have Googled for answers but found that none of the suggestions are working. For example, right-clicking on the file and does not give me the option of 'run as administrator'. When I look at properties of the file I don't see any 'run as administrator' option. Clicking on User AccountsChange Your Account Type then clicking on Administrator grays out the 'Change Account Type' button.
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The program that I use within the batch file is producing an access denied error which I dont get if I run the batch file normally. I wondered if this was something to. General Discussion I need to download the.dll file msvcr71.dll right so i try to redownload it it says that i have to unzip and extract the thing and all that so i do it but then they tell me that i have to be the administrator to unzip and extract it only problem is im the only user and im the administrator i. General Discussion Is it better to use the Administrator account to set up my programs and log out of it when I'm done setting them up, or does it even make a difference since it says I'm an administrator and can use the administrator by right clicking on the installation setup.I'm trying to understand just one. Software Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us.