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Joined: 02/25/2008 22:30:51
Messages: 0

I just purchase and download the LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> Vietnamese for Windows, but found troubles to install it.
The follow message pop up during installtion:
Error opening file for writing:
c:\Program Files\Lingvosoft\Lingvosoft Talking Dictionary 2008 (Engish-Vietnamese) for Windows\

And the installation can not be completed,same thing happened on the trial
version too.
Anyone know what's going on?

Joined: 03/03/2006 08:25:28
Messages: 347


It looks like you don't have the admin rights to install the software.
Please contact Microsoft support team to get the assistance.

Here is an extract of the Vista and Windows 7 forum:

No doubt this is one of the most common questions/frustrations about Windows Vista (also valid for Windows 7). Even if you log on as an administrator, you don't really have administrative rights, thanks to UAC (User Account Control). UAC runs almost everything using non-administrator rights to help protect you from bad software that would abuse those administrator rights to change your settings or install viruses.

When you run a setup program, UAC should automatically prompt you to run it as an administrator using the UAC prompt (which Microsoft calls the "consent" prompt). If you don't see this, right-click the program, and then click Run As Administrator. Then, it will really run as an administrator. It should have prompted you, but for some reason, Vista didn't realize it needed Administrator rights. It woudln't hurt to check the software developer's website for a version of the program made for Vista; that would
also fix the problem.

Best regards,
Val Reaves,
Sales Manager,

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