If you run Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc it will load it as your user. If your user is not an administrator, you won't be able to kill the Windows Installer process, which is what is locking the installation out.
Run Task Manager as admin: in the Cortana/Search type "Task Manager" (no quotes) then opposite-click the Task Manager result it finds and select "Run as administrator"
Enter your admin user's password, press enter.
You now have Task Manager as an admin.
Click More Details and scroll down the list of processes to find Windows Installer.
Opposite click it and select End Process.
Wait about 20 seconds and try running your install file again.
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KVIrc's scripting engine KVS has object oriented classes that allow the building of graphical user interfaces. The KVIrc documentation is pretty extensive on the classes but I thought I would study them a bit and compile a document that aims to make an introduction to them. Read More...
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This entry will show you how to use a small free utility called FTPuse to map your FTP server to a drive letter in Windows 7 and also how to make ftpuse run at log in so your FTP is always there in Explorer for you to use.
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