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Old 01-07-08, 12:26
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Unhappy Verify you have sufficient priviledges to install system services

Hey guys....

im really hoping someone can help...

Firstly my task manager randomly disabled itself...(i have fixed this with GPEDIT.MSC)

I dont know if this is related to the first issue. But...

When i install the latest nod32 i get this message

"Service 'Eset HTTP Server' (EHttpSrv) could not be installed. Verify you have sufficient priviledges to install system services."

I cannot bypass it by ignoring either because then i get this message

"Service 'Eset Service' (ekrn) could not be installed. Verify you have sufficient priviledges to install system services."

I have found all sorts of resoloutions but none have helped!


Any tips/help/pointers appreciated!

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Old 01-07-08, 13:00
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Oops sorry...

Ok i'm using WinXP Pro. updating from an older version of nod32....

Just fixed it actaully... (bit of a bodge though)

deleted all nod32 reg keys folders etc

then it worked..

Thanks for the quick response Steve.
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