Right-click on c drive in my computer and click on properties. in the sharing section. give access to everyone and click ok. this might be unsafe if you are on an unsecured network. so use with caution.
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I think the Install Shield has been the gold standard for building Windows software installations. In order to install software bone must Make sure that the related computer meets the system requirements of the program, game, or utility you are attempting to install. http://mhelpdesk.com/field-service-management-software/
START > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs highlight the McAfee program - click on the "change/remove" button, and if there's an option provided to repair the installation, select it.
In the absence of that option (every package is responsible to provide its own options), then run the McAfee software from the desktop shortcut (icon), or
START > All Programs > McAfee
then find and run an option within this to "update" or "repair" your current McAfee installation. Viruses will often attempt to damage anti-virus software installations or block access to Symantec or McAfee web sites, so repairing anti-virus installations is commonly needed.
Pinters require compartiblity with computers especially with older devices that relied on disk program installations. Newer printers are plug and play least least requirng software installations by the computer user to attain an experience. Once connecting an older printer to a newer computer that least detects an interpretation, a missing code is prodced especially when no sotfware compartibilty is available.
Best would be to determine whether any changes was made to the system prior to the error starting. Changes would include Windows updates, driver installations, hardware installations or software installations and upgrades. If you are unable to determine this, then boot into Safe Mode and view the System and Application Logs. Stop any services which may report that it can't start or has some or other error. If Software upgrades has been done, do a roll back on these and remove any newly installed hardware. If no upgrades where done hardware or software wise then disable all devices which is not required to boot the system and disable all services and applications loading on startup which is not required to boot the system. If the system boots after this then enable each program and devices separately ( Re-booting the computer after each one is enabled ), until the system fails. Disable the last device enabled before system failure and continue the process until finished leaving the devices / programs which causes system failure disabled.
try to completely UNINSTALL your adobe reader program. Then reinstall it. If the problem persists, uninstall the program again (Adobe reader) and delete the Adobe Reader folder in your Program Files folder. Then reinstall.
Try AshampooUninstaller or similar software that gets off every bit of unwanted software. Use function "Install new applications". It asks for setup.exe, install.exe or similar executable file, that runs GhostSurf installer. Point to it. After all the installations completes, "Ashampoo Uninstaller" logs the installation. Now uninstall the unwanted program using "Uninstall logged programs". That's it! Good Luck!