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error on installing Crystal 8 Patch

error on installing Crystal 8 Patch

error on installing Crystal 8 Patch

Have installed Seagate Crystal Reports Version 8 Professional.  Then tried to install the Crystal 8 patch.  Got the following error message:

An error occurred during the move data process: -145
Component:  Crystal Reports
File Group: Crystal Reports

I've seen similar type errors before on installs, and they've indicated a missing .dll or system file.  Would appreciate any assistance with interpreting this error!



RE: error on installing Crystal 8 Patch


I've seen this type of error on NT when I was not logged in as a local Administrator.  Once I logged in as a local Administrator I was able to install without any errors.

RE: error on installing Crystal 8 Patch

Should have mentioned OS..it's a Win2K machine, and I'm logged on with local Admin rights.  Installing the Patch from a network location to the machine.

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