Re: Error: installation ended prematurely because of an...
Hi there, I struggled a lot, but I got answer on the site of Sigma plot.
For windows 7 and above, go to Control Panel>Programs and Features>On the left side click Turn windows features on or off>See for Internet Information Services with a blue box>Click to disable this feature>Wait for a while and restart. Now install Sigmaplot smoothly. Better if you do it>Run as administrator. Then dont forget to enable the Internet Information Services again, so that your internet is fine..Hope this will solve your problem.
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Hello there, usually when you want to install a virtual machine the first thing to do is determine if the virtual machine platform is compatible with the OS you are planning to install. I had similar problems with VM ware when i was trying to use it with vista and it was one error after the other. Needless to say VM Ware is not so compatible with vista. If you really want to use a virtual machine for vista without hassles simply switch to Virtual Box from sun micro systems. You can download this for free from virtual box.org the system is straight forward, easy to use and has great support capability for vista OS. Hope this support has been helpful? Thank you for visiting FixYa.
Running Setup from a virtual drive
If you are running the Setup program from a virtual drive created by using the SUBST command, you can delete the virtual drive and instead run the Setup program from the physical hard disk. To delete the virtual drive, click Start, click Run, type subst drive_letter: /d, and then click OK.
Did you just upgrade to Vista? This type of error usually indicates an incompatible hardware device. If you did not then if you have the Vista install cd/dvd, boot from that and select repair from the menu.
Hi I'm Sathiya. I use Windows Vista Home Basic platform. I recently bought a TATA Indicom Plug to Surf connection. It had issues with drivers. I went to Tata indicom site and downloaded the latest driver for Vista. After installing the drivers, my connection is working fine. Make sure that you choose the right version.
When you install Linux it will offer to create the required partitions during the install. You just have to select a size (I use 10 Gb for my installs). Select "at end of free space". It will also load the Boot Loader so that you can dual boot either system.
This error is something to do with the "Product Key" I think I have Googled this error and this is what shows up the most? I googled ... vista install error code 0x800705AA .... so perhaps ya can follow up in this vien... Good Luck