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Nod Won't Install Bec Of An Error

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#1 Vartain


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Posted 24 March 2008 - 06:42 AM

Windows XP Home Edition SP2 Ver. 2002

Explaining this problem is quite easy and simple.. I get an error saying '(111) Disk error NOD32MOD_WINNT_ENGLISH_BASE' and the installation just stops. Other than that, nothing else happens. Computer is fine, (just unprotected) don't crash or anything. The installation just cancels itself and the computer goes back to it's idleness.

What other info yall would need so that I can get past this and actually get this anti-virus on my computer I don't know so I'm just gonna have to wait until someone answers and lets me know what they need.

On note, this isn't the same computer as my other problem regarding a PC crashing program.

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#2 boopme


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Posted 24 March 2008 - 10:00 PM

I found this at their support site..http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=863309

Do the following files exist?

C Drive> Windows> Temp

C Drive> Documents and Settings> (User Name) XXXXXX> Local Settings> Temp

Do the "Temp and TMP" folders exist in "Environmental Variables" when you right click on My Computer as per the screenshots found in THIS LINK

When you then navigate to the folders mentioned in "Environmental Variables" are they actually there?

This error message is solely related to the following:
Not enough space on disk
Missing Temp folder
Insufficient rights to write to Temp folder
Possibly a damaged archive, although it's unlikely.
Permissions on the directories. Not share permissions, but actual security permissions.
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