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Failed attempts to install an application (Diskeeper), produce this message.

"Error 1402. Could not open key: UNKNOWN\DfrgSnapin.1\CLSID.
Verify you have sufficient access to that key."

I used regedit to search the registry for DfrgSnapin.1\CLSID, but no such
entry was found. (Would this absence account for the "UNKNOWN" in the error

Is this a WinXP problem (as opposed to an application problem), and if it is
an XP problem, how is it solved?

I am working in an Administrator account, running XP Pro, on a stand-alone
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