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Can't Install MAcromedia Shockwave


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cabalac

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I keep trying to install Macromedia Shockwave player from the Macromedia site or from the installer I downloaded but it keeps stopping halfway and it gives me a "You do not have access to make the required system configuration modifications. Please rerun this installation from an administrators account" error. My account is an administrators account but it still won't install :tazz: .any help would be greatly appreciated since my kids go to plenty of sites that make use of the shockwave player and they keep bugging me to fix it ;)
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You may have to go to Administrative Tasks in the Control panel and run it from there, or at least be logged in as Administrator to run it.
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My account is an administrators account but it still keeps giving me the same message. How do I run it from the control panel?
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I tried installing it in safe mode from the administrators accounts but the same error occured
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