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I'm trying to load my ATI catalyst software and it won't load

As I am going though the install wizard I get the "severe" message
"Setup will only run in administrator mode. Setup is aborting
In my Windows XP software I am listed as an administrator. Any other places to look, or suggestions.

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  • jloyen Feb 01, 2009

    I only see a RUN, not Run As. Where are you suggesting I look for the Run As?

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Use run as and there choose admin

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  • Teet Bergmann Feb 01, 2009

    on setup file use right mouse button and select run as

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The fix starts by first doing a "deep uninstall" of all ati drivers and programs present in the affected computer computer, remember to remove al ati related programs from control panel's add remove utility, including the whole multimedia center. And finally reinstalling the new drivers.

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