Prompting installation error.

  A n U s H a 08:17 27 Jun 07
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I’m using windows Vista Enterprise version. I tried to install application which developed in Visual Basic 6.0. While installing it prompts error message saying I don’t have access to register MSXML.DLL. But I logged as machine administrator. Please help me to solve this.

Thank in advance,
Anusha.

  ventanas 09:14 27 Jun 07

It doesn't matter what level of user you logged on as, you will always run as a standard user, this is normal for Vista.

Try right-clicking the setup file and choose Run as administrator.

  A n U s H a 09:25 27 Jun 07

Thanks for you advice.

But that didn’t solve my problem. Actually the error message prompting when installation progress bar reaching to 100%. I tried to register that DLL file manually, but that also failed. Will that be an incompatibility issue?

  A n U s H a 09:25 27 Jun 07

Thanks for your advice.

But that didn’t solve my problem. Actually the error message prompting when installation progress bar reaching to 100%. I tried to register that DLL file manually, but that also failed. Will that be an incompatibility issue?

  A n U s H a 09:25 27 Jun 07

Thanks for your advice.

But that didn’t solve my problem. Actually the error message prompting when installation progress bar reaching to 100%. I tried to register that DLL file manually, but that also failed. Will that be an incompatibility issue?

  anskyber 10:04 27 Jun 07

It could be a compatibility issue although this click here suggests it should work. Perhaps it's a legacy issue for a file produced in XP?

  A n U s H a 11:25 27 Jun 07

I have developed that software on Windows 2000 and did some modifications on XP.

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