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Is your computer running out of disk space? Have you ensured your AV product is not getting in the way? Right-click the win.ini file, and then click Properties. You can click Stop when the file appears in the results pane. Source

This page requires Javascript. In the Windows directory, locate the Win.ini file, and right-click the file. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation InstallShield Express - General Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Products AdminStudio AdminStudio Compatibility Solver Workflow Manager App Windows XP Follow these steps to resolve the issue on a Windows XP operating system.

Error 1913 Could Not Update The Ini File Symantec

Could not update the INI File Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 10-08-2003,12:48 PM #1 Bijithbabu Guest Right-click the win.ini file, and then click Properties. Locate the Windows directory on your computer. 2. Privacy Policy © Copyright 2016 HP Development Company, L.P.

All rights reserved. I've tried uninstalling then reinstalling the client, verifying everything that is SCCM related is cleaned (reg and all). this is a brand new system, never had SCCM on it before. All rights reserved. × Close Sign in or create an account To continue your participation in QuickBooks Learn & Support: Sign in or Create an account Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

In the Win.ini Properties dialog box, click the Read-only check box to clear it, and then click OK. thanks! Installation failed with error code 1603. client installation has failed to many times. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/systemcenter/en-US/dd711ea2-f28a-47b9-80ff-120af3fd6168/error-1913-could-not-update-the-ini-file-smscfgini-and-the-ini-file-is-missing?forum=configmgrgeneral Turn on the printer.

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Click here to Register a free account now! http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01524762 Thus, can you post the entire relevant snippet of the ccmsetup.log file (verbatim) -- nothing else really matters when troubleshooting client installation (except client.msi.log if we need to fall back to Error 1913 Could Not Update The Ini File Symantec In the Win.ini Properties dialog box, click the Read-only check box to clear it, click Continue on the User Account Control screen, and then click OK. Presto Page manager was installed after I got a new printer.

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If the win.ini is greater than 64 kb you will have problems installing office and other backwardly compatible applications. You can click Stop when the file appears in the results pane. Working...

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Sign in Statistics 1,087 views 5 Like this video? In the Windows directory, locate the Win.ini file, and right-click the file. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. I already verified and tried the following: * I'm logged in as the system administrator * my c:\windows\win.ini is not read-only or hidden * the win.ini file has a size of

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Would like to know how to skip or trap this error when the user doesn't have rights to update an INI file. Check This Out Verify that the file exists and that you can access it.

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Since I already possess the official Office 2007 enterprise cd's I now want to install this full version. this is the only system in my entire network(50,000 +) that i have ever hit this on. Nothing is working. i saw a post like this before and the answer marked Double-click the Always Install with Elevated Privileges policy setting.