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Zach wrote:So, again, what's up with that error message?
Mofi wrote:That's we should find out. From other Windows 7 related posts I know that there are some users who already have successfully installed UltraEdit on Windows 7. So it is either really a problem in the latest install package or something is different on your computer to others installed UltraEdit v15.xx before on Windows 7 (Beta/RC).
Mofi wrote:Alternatively and maybe better is to run the installation with writing everything possible to a log file including all error and debug messages. You can do this by running the command
msiexec.exe /l*vx "%temp%\ue_install_v15_20_0_1020.log" /i ue_english.msi
Mofi wrote:A personal note: Using 64-bit version of Windows 7 means currently using the operating system with the smallest number of really fully compatible applications. Only a few applications are really coded for being fully compatible with Windows 7, especially the 64-bit version. So you should be aware of further problems with other applications too.
Zach wrote:I know this "user support" forum is about as active as a snail on a cold day, but still, certainly I can't be the only person who has gotten this error and wondered why.