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I keep getting this error when I try to install it:
(See the attached picture)

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Post edited October 27, 2015 by TikiThorsen
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TikiThorsen: I keep getting this error when I try to install it:
(See the attached picture)
I don't see any errors in that picture. The box is asking you whether or not you want to stop the installation. Did you try to stop it before it was finished?

I would click "No" and let it continue.

I just completed a playthrough with the latest RotWW, and it worked fine. I had no problems, but I'll help if I can.
Post edited October 28, 2015 by UniversalWolf
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TikiThorsen: I keep getting this error when I try to install it:
(See the attached picture)
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UniversalWolf: I don't see any errors in that picture. The box is asking you whether or not you want to stop the installation. Did you try to stop it before it was finished?

I would click "No" and let it continue.

I just completed a playthrough with the latest RotWW, and it worked fine. I had no problems, but I'll help if I can.
That is the error, it gets interrupted, ALWYS.
After I click Install I get that; if I chose "no" it sends me to the start (license agreement) and if I chose "yes" and cancels it.
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TikiThorsen: After I click Install I get that; if I chose "no" it sends me to the start (license agreement) and if I chose "yes" and cancels it.
I understand.

I would try installing RotWW over a clean Witcher 1 installation, if you haven't done that.
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TikiThorsen: After I click Install I get that; if I chose "no" it sends me to the start (license agreement) and if I chose "yes" and cancels it.
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UniversalWolf: I understand.

I would try installing RotWW over a clean Witcher 1 installation, if you haven't done that.
WITH or WITHOUT The Witcher installed is the same behavior/problem.
The installer simply refuses to work on my system (I never had nor currently have that issue with installers).
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TikiThorsen: The installer simply refuses to work on my system (I never had nor currently have that issue with installers).
I'm sorry to hear it. It's a very good mod.

I wish I had a good way to fix this, but I don't know what the problem might be. You might try contacting the creators.
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TikiThorsen: The installer simply refuses to work on my system (I never had nor currently have that issue with installers).
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UniversalWolf: I'm sorry to hear it. It's a very good mod.

I wish I had a good way to fix this, but I don't know what the problem might be. You might try contacting the creators.
I have a thread over forums.cdprojektred.
Cheers for the replies.
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TikiThorsen: I have a thread over forums.cdprojektred.
I would try all the usual suspects...

Are you running it as Administrator? It could be a permissions thing.

Is the base game installed in C:/Program Files? That tends to cause problems.

Do you have the newest version of Thw Witcher 1? The RotWW instructions say you have to have the latest version.
Post edited October 31, 2015 by UniversalWolf