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Topic: Instalation
Posted By: caporicardo
Subject: Instalation
Date Posted: 12 Oct 2019 at 16:34
Cannot install openElement, getting the following error message:

Error reading file:

C:\Users\Ken|AppData\Local\Temp\{1FA416F7-4DF1-42AC-BC6C-EFDBB070D160}\

070D160\openElement.msi. 
Please check that the file exists and you can access





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Posted By: digizar
Date Posted: 12 Oct 2019 at 19:51
What system are you running? Win-7?
I recommend to update the windows system.
Probably you have an unmatched NET Framework version.
Current/latest is 4.8 of 14.August 2019
Or some C++ redistributables missing (x86/x64) ?



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Posted By: caporicardo
Date Posted: 13 Oct 2019 at 12:53
Yes running Win7 but I don't understand NET framework.
Sorry.  Can you explain.
Much appreciate your help.


Posted By: caporicardo
Date Posted: 13 Oct 2019 at 13:21
You're obviously more into 'puters than myself, so I went in search.
Found it and installed.  But it's had no effect on the problem I have.
I thank you for your help and will keep searching.


Posted By: digizar
Date Posted: 13 Oct 2019 at 23:19
Quote Yes running Win7 but I don't understand NET framework.
Sorry.  Can you explain.

This is a forum about openelement, not to educate in net oder VC.
There is plenty of information in the internet.


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Posted By: Hobby001
Date Posted: 14 Oct 2019 at 04:30
Windows 7 is running out of support by Microsoft however make sure to update it tho the latest patches and upgrades.

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Posted By: digizar
Date Posted: 14 Oct 2019 at 13:36
Yes, I do. Last update will be december, not january. Not automatically, but on my demand.
That's because I don't trust Microsoft anymore. Actually never did, but had do believe.
If they did not manage to build a safe system until now, they will never be able to. No matter which version it might be named. Windows per se can not be safe.
I rather live with an Antivirus 'watcher' (Malwarebytes free life time full version).
I only use the plain win-system including the file manager, nothing else. All work programms are from different vendors, even partly paid for.
I wish I could obtain a similar programm like OE, which runs under Linux/BSD, ...
Well, I found one, but that's far from even comparable.
-digi- 12 years freelancer experience with V-Studio. Please, no more.


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Posted By: starkdug
Date Posted: 08 Jan 2020 at 11:22
I also faced the same problem.I thought it will be solve after updating the windows 10 system.but when i updated the system at that time face bios problem.I have been using dell laptop.I thought if http://https://errorcode0x.com/dell-bios-update/" rel="nofollow - update dell bios then would be fix the problem.But could not be update bios.If anyone has any solution then suggest to me.



Posted By: Hobby001
Date Posted: 08 Jan 2020 at 12:29
You should ask Dell.

I just updated an old Toshiba LapTop to Windows 10.  I had to flask the BIOS first then ran into issues with Windows install but finally succeed.

Good luck.


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