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Hi, I keep on getting this stubborn ERROR message: "Fail to Read from dependant file.This application will now close!" This is due to a Uniblue RegistryBooster2 Program. Please, can anyone help? I've tried registry fixing programs, but to no avail. Is there a registry setting, perhaps? I've also trief msconfig, but that also didn't work. I can try absolutely everythibg to close the error message, but it keeps on popping up on the desktop. Please, this is a URGENT CALL OUT. Thanks and looking forward to hearing from you, Heidi
If you are getting "Failed to read from dependent file" during installation, this is because Registry Booster is already running in the background.
If this is the case, then you should be able to see an icon in the
system tray next to the system clock. Double clicking on this icon should
restore the program window.
If you do not find it here, please right click on the taskbar and choose task
manager. In the processes tab you should find a registrybooster.exe entry. Select
it and click End Process.
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You may follow the steps given below and check if that helps to get rid of the error message while installation of application.
a) Click on Start
b) In the start Search box type Services
c) Right Click on"services" on top of the pop up and select Run as Administrator
d) Stop "Windows Installer" service.
e) Then, delete the temp folders; there may be a file in there interfering with the setup routine of the installer. Get both:
C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\local settings\temp
f) Finally, set your "Windows Installer" service's startup type to "Manual".
g) Reboot your system and have another test.
Hope this information is helpful.
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