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Stunna

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IM not sure if this topic goes here cause i just signed up but im trying to install a antivirus software, when after 15 seconds it says: Setup failed to launch installation engine, No such interface supported. Ive basically tried everything, nothin will work. Please help!
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starjax

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what operating system are you running?
What antivirus software are you trying to install?
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Panda Antivirus 2005, i run XP, downloaded from online that is.
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Check these :

No Such Interface Supported

Error Loading Type Library/DLL for Windows NT, 2000, and XP Users

Programs That Use the InstallShield Program May Not Start (Programs that use the InstallShield program may not start, and you may receive one of the following error messages: Setup failed to launch installation engine: Access is denied. or Error installing Ikernel.exe, access is denied. This behavior can...)

Hope these help.

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here is the install instructions

you need to install this with administrator rights. It appears that you are not logged in with suffecient privilages.

If you are an administrator then see ron's post above...


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