During the install (win2000 SP2) the installer had trouble replacing this dll. File access denied was the exact error. I quit all running apps and tried again. Same error. I rebooted and ran the installer first thing. Same error. At this point I wanted to try it out and clicked Ignore and went on with the install. Things seems to be working fine, although I don't know what would be abnormal...things seem to work as they should. Is there something I could test to see if it is indeed broken by this?
If CityDesk runs at all, then you probably already have that file.
Forgot to mention that 8-) Yes, I have admin privs on this box.
I think we have an easy way to make the installer refuse to run if you're not admin... it may even be possible to prompt you for an admin account ... we'll look into it.
I got the same error dialog while running the install on my machine, however I was not bold enough to click "Ignore" yet.
Click "ignore" and go on.
The msvbvm60.dll file is the Visual Basic virtual machine. What may be happening is that the CityDesk setup program is using this file and is attempting to step on itself when it tries to lay the file down.
It's not the CityDesk setup program using it, otherwise Setup wouldn't work on a machine that didn't already have it :)
As this file is the VB virtual machine, I guess several applications might be using it at the same time the city desk install takes part.
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