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Old 04-18-2007
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"Run as Administrator" doesnt help...
Hi there,

I've just bought a new laptop with Vista. I want to view a CD (I'm not sure
if its a CD or dvd) with some X-Ray, CT and MRI images of an operation I have
just had. When I insert the CD I get a box appearing (called "Autoplay")
asking whether I want to instal or run the programme cdviewer (which I do).

When I click on this I get the message: "You need Microsoft Data Access
Components to view the CD-ROM. You do not have administrative rights to
perform the instalation... etc"

I am the administrator on the PC and loging out and back in doesnt help.

As there is no programe icon I cannot right click and choose "Run as
administrator" as has been suggested on other threads. Right clicking at any
point during the above process doesnt help either.

I hope someone can help as I'd really like to see all of the new screws in
my leg!!!

Thanks
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Old 05-01-2007
WojtasPL
 

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Re: "Run as Administrator" doesnt help...

right click on cdviever.exe (file in folder BIN) ; the second bookmark
is called "accordance" or similar ( I have polish version of vista,
don't know english names of options, sorry) and math the option "start
program in mode compatibility with Windows 98/Me, and also put checkmark
at the bottom in option "start programm as administrator" i had the same
problem and this helped me.


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