Win95: "Corrupt intallation detected." - cause known, solution needed

Gillou nospam at bigfoot.com
Fri Aug 24 18:06:03 CEST 2001


Nah !

Don't think so,

I installed Python 2.1.1 on a Win2k box and a Win98 box. Both installed and
work without any problem.

You need to be administrator to install on Win2K or Win NT.

The Python installer detects automatically the system (win9x serie or win NT
serie) and checks wether you're administrator or not in the second case
only.

I think your Python-2.1.1.exe is corrupted. Download it again.

--Gillou

"Szczepan Ho³yszewski" <rulatir at poczta.arena.pl> a écrit dans le message
news: Pyth7.2557$H%.69407 at news.chello.at...
> I just downloaded Python-2.1.1.exe installer and, guess, I'm getting that
> "Corrupt installation detected." box. I've already found out that it has
> something to do with administrator privileges on WinNT/2000. But
> _I_have_Win95_ so how can I log in with administrator provileges on a
system
> that doesn't support any privileges at all?
>
> Why does the installer think it is running on WinNT/2000?
>
> How to fix the problem without actually buying and installing WinNT and
then
> logging in as an administrator?
>
> Szczepan Holyszewski
> rulatir at poczta.arena.pl
>
>
>





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