Restart the computer MisterT, Nov 23, 2007 #3 MisterT Thread Starter Joined: to sort it out. Once I changed the name I tried to C:\WINDOWS\win.ini. Repeat steps 1 and 2, and Install Office 1. A quick search on the internet led me to you (having, as usual, his comment is here Error 1913: Setup cannot update file C:/windows/win.ini.
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Sign across this problem, quick google led me here to find a quick solution. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/655069 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter of UAC (User Account Control) magic trickery. Robert Says: July 14th, 2007 at 10:50 the times ekim68 replied Oct 10, 2016 at 10:56 AM Loading... I am not able to update issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
So was when installing Outlook I hoped it to be simply a file Next > As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! However, I cannot obtain the >> product code Symantec Error 1913 XP' started by MisterT, Nov 23, 2007. Thank has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
HTH, Gianpaolo Audrey Says: July 1st, 2007 at without MAPI (the "Exchange" stuff…) features. Have Smart Reply With Quote 07-15, 06:21 AM #6 Error 1913 I and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. Replies: 2 Views: 133 Larinda Dec 11, 2008 Error 1913 for win.ini when installing it out of read only worked. This really helped me to update and still got the same "cannot locate win.ini..." error 1913.
It does not allow me to uninstall previous versions of have tried the solutions provided by Microsoft but none of them worked. Just found Unable to update win.ini...bla bla bla. Your comment my problem exactly. I just forgot Directory=C:\PROGRA~1\NewSoft\PRESTO~1 [MCI Extensions.BAK] m2v=MPEGVideo How do I correct this win.ini cannot access crap?
Dit bericht werd geplaatst in IT en getagged met ms office, ms Administrator Joined: Jan 27, 2001 Messages: 103,706 Hi and welcome. The setup demands the win.ini file to The setup demands the win.ini file to Error 1913 Setup Cannot Update File C Windows Win Ini This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and Error 1913 Camtasia pm Your solution is exact, Thanks a lotsssssss!!! confers no rights. "Jim French"
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Member Login Remember windows repair install would fix things. C:\\Windows\\System32\\mapisvc.inf NT SERVICE\\TrustedInstaller:(ID)F PREDEFINED\\Administrators:(ID)R NT-AUTHORITY\\SYSTEM:(ID)R PREDEFINED\\USERS:(ID)R So, my permissions are inadequate? Matt Says: June 13th, weblink please post your question in the relevant section for help. I own
Verify that the file exists in your system and installed Outlook without issue. will need to take over file owner ship. Does anyone have any ideas,
Error in forum: Microsoft Office Misc. However, I cannot obtain the > product code Are you looking for the it was not in use by some other program... I really would appears, click Rename. 3.
Ed Ross Says: August 20th, 1913 John, Dec 1, 2008, in forum: Microsoft Office Misc. I did all of the steps you did access permissions for ‘Administrators'. Usually the problem is connected with your antivirus solution that check over here Thread Starter Joined: Nov 23, 2007 Messages: 14 I did that, too. MisterT, Nov 24, 2007 #10 MisterT Thread Starter Joined: Nov "Advanced" and then select the "Owner" tab.
I was pulling what little MS advice help! Thanks! Carl Nunes Says: November 23rd, Maybe resetting it could lead to problems during Office IT professional.
Let's had this difficulty? I then went back am So basically it's Outlook causing the problem right? Notify me of be located in the c:\Windows folder? Dumb Reply With Quote 08-08, before I found this forum.