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Error Containing "0x123454" when installing software

When installing my Nikon software the installer reports an error of #0x80040707. What is this?

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Re: Error Containing "0x123454" when installing software

Any error code beginning with "0x" is related to a problem with incompatibilities with the InstallShield program which is used to install all of the components. To fix this find the "InstallShield" folder on the computer (the location varies by computer OS, but is generally located in "c:\Program Files\Common Files\") and move the contents to a new folder on the desktop of the compter. If everything works well you can discard the new folder (and the old InstallShield contents). Run the Nikon installer again and it will install properly.

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