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Error 1304 Hi, last time you helpted me , I hope this time too.Anything I try to install will bring we a message: "Error 1304. Error writing to file:C:Programs Files....exe Verify that you have access to that directory." Resently I cleaned registry after McAfee, because I couldn't install any antivirus after deleting it. After cleaning everything turned out good. I installed RegCure, Steganos Internet Security, the whole pack. And I started getting akk kinds of pop ups without using internet, Every time I restart laptop comes message: "Windows can not find file services.exe. Go to run.. search... and check if you spelled it right." And then come pop ups again, just a a nitemare. I never changed any name, I just don't know what happened. I still have RegCure on my laptop and I just used it. I like the program. But the problem is still there. Tanya

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  • HoneyBunny FT
    HoneyBunny FT Nov 08, 2007

    Hi, again. I ran McAfee removal tool twice, The program after cleaning said: "Error obtaining full perrmision for cleanup. some products may not be fully removed." After restarting and runnung it second time and restarting again, I got same message with an error and I ran RegCure. The pop ups are gone, but when I want to install any program like NOD32, or so, the installations stops in the middle and brings the message that it can not install to Program Files... and "Verify that you have access to that directory". What kind of access I need to have? I never needed it before.

    Tanya

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2007

    This is a poly virus folks..Very nasty one, I have been tracking for almost 6 months. I know how you people got it too, I would suggest backing up immediately. Try not to reboot until your info is backed up.

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    Local machine: installation failed
    Initialization:
    Warning: Windows Firewall activity checking failed.
    There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper. (1753)
    Installation:
    Error: Action failed for file avgamsvr.exe: creating file....
    No such file or directory

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2008

    Anything I try to install will bring we a message: "Error 1304. Error writing to file:D:\Programs Files....exe Verify that you have access to that directory."
    please help me out....... what can i do to fix this error............

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    i cant install norton internet security
    when i doubleclick the exe file the error messages says



    Another installer is currently running. Please wait for it to complete and try again

    cant fix it

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Apparently some McAfee files are not gone, here lies your problem.

go here to Majorgeeks and download and run the McAfee
remover tool. . Let us know if this fixes your problem

http://www.majorgeeks.com/McAfee_Consumer_Product_Removal_Tool_d5420.html

Posted on Nov 08, 2007

  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Nov 08, 2007

    sounde like you need administrative access.

    Make sure you are logged on as an administrator.

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