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It happens to the best of us – IE7 Release Candidate install failure

August 28th 2006 in Uncategorized

100% reproducible.  Try to install IE7 RC1 using a different user account to that which was used to install the previous build of IE7 and the installer goes boom.

The fix? Log in as the original user and you’re good to go.


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“It happens to the best of us – IE7 Release Candidate install failure”

luis hugo

hello when you said sign as the original user …? what that means..??? like the user when I log in my pc.???

Sandi says:  Yes.

Aww heck, some of us actually enjoyed the peace and quiet during a flight [:(]
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