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Ok now this is starting to tick me off... I been getting Error Messages from the Programs I need to Install... Example:

When I try to install Alcohol 120% I get this message: 'Error 1606. Could not access network location %USERPROFILE%\RECENT\

When I try to install Diskkeeper Pro 9 I get: 'Error 1402. Could not open key: UNKNOWN\DfrgSnapin.DfrgSnapin.1\CLSID. Verifiy that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel.

And it is driving me nuts >< if you happen to know what is up I do need input.. And lastly I do NOT want to Format ><

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Error 1606. Could not access network location %USERPROFILE%\RECENT\

TRY THIS FIX http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...kb;en-us;886549

'Error 1402. Could not open key: UNKNOWN\DfrgSnapin.DfrgSnapin.1\CLSID. Verifiy that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel.

TRY THIS FIX http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=302853

Hope that helps... If not, then let me know.

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SacredCultivator

Thanks...

The first one works...

But the ssecond... nah... because i am running Win XP Pro... Not Win 98/ME so I dont' know how to fix that problem =/

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Thanks...

  The first one works...

But the ssecond... nah... because i am running Win XP Pro... Not Win  98/ME so I dont' know how to fix that problem =/

I misread that part...

THIS SHOULD WORK... IT WAS POSTED AS A RESOLUTION TO THE SAME DISKEEPER PROBLEM YOUR HAVING.

1. Go in the registry editor. The top most folder listed i

HKEY_Classes_Root.

Right-click on this folder and select PERMISSIONS from the menu.

2. Once there, look through the permissions listed and make sure that

Administrators and System are both listed. If they are not, pleas

refer to

the bottom of this write-up under "Conditional Step".

3. If they are both listed, make sure that both have Full Control

checked on ALLOW. If they are not yet checked, click in that box an

select

APPLY. This will put the proper permissions through the registry an

should

set you up for a good installation. Once finished with this area selec

OK

and close the Registry Editor.

4. Once done, retry the installation of Diskeeper.

Conditional Step

---------------------

If you've found that System and/or Administrators are not listed i

the

permissions section, you will need to add them. To do so, click th

Add

Button and in the following screen type System or Administrator

depending

on which is missing. (You may only do one at a time). Once typed

select the

CHECK NAME button which will end up highlighting the name and then yo

can

select OK.

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SacredCultivator

NICE

Damn thank you thank you thank you!!!!

haha it worked.

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