Note: The registry contains critical system and application information. Editing the registry should be done very carefully and only after it is properly backed up.
Sometimes it is necessary to perform these steps multiple times for different registry keys that the installer does not have access to. Once all of these are resolved, you should be able to install your National Instruments software successfully.
In rare cases, allowing full control to the SYSTEM group will not solve the problem. If this is the case, complete the following steps to address this behavior:
Note: If the key is not found, run the Windows Registry Checker Tool. To do this, go to Start»Run and type cmd in the Open dialog box. For Windows XP, enter the command CHKDSK /F ; for previous Windows Operating Systems, enter the command scanreg /fix . This tool will scan your registry for missing or corrupt keys and replace them with new keys.
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