Fix Utilities 11 Error 1606: Unable to access a file

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Hi, all. I have trouble updating Fix It Utilities 11 on my computer. When a small window appears showing me to update the software and I click on install there’s a “computing space requirements” appears and an error message pops up which states, “Error code 1606: Unable to access a file.” Nothing happens also when I clicked retry, the error still appears. Could you help me with this?

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Fix Utilities 11 Error 1606: Unable to access a file

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Follow these steps:

  • Click on the "Start" button, and then click on the "Run" button. Enter "Regedit" into the "Open" field, and click the "OK" button.
  • Click on the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" folder, and then click on the "Software" folder
  • Click on the "Microsoft" folder, then the "Windows" folder. Click on the "Current Version" folder, and then click on the "Explorer" folder.
  • Click on the "User Shell Folders" sub key. View all of the values in the table of the sub key to make sure they match the same values from the table provided by Microsoft Support in the Resources section of this article.
  • Right-click on any value that does not match the table, and click on the "Delete" option.
  • Right-click on the "User Shell Folders" option from the left navigation pane, and move your mouse over the "New" option.
  • Click on the "Expandable String Value" option, and type the name of the value you deleted. Press the "Enter" key and right-click on the value name.
  • Click on the "Modify" option, and then enter the value in the "Value data" field that correlated with the value on the Microsoft Support table.
  • Click on the "OK" button. Return to the registry editor, and click on the "KKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" folder. Click on the "Software" folder, and click on the "Microsoft" folder.
  • Click on the "Windows" folder, and click on the "Current Version" folder. Click on the "Explorer" folder, and click on the "User Shell Folders" sub key. View the table of values to make sure they match with the table provided by Microsoft Support as you did before. Right-click on any wrong value, and select the "Delete" option.
  • Right-click on the "User Shell Folders" option, and move your mouse over the "New" option. Click on the "Expandable String Value" option, and enter the name of the value you deleted. Press the "Enter" key.
  • Right-click on the value name you just entered, and click on the "Modify" option. Enter the appropriate value as stated in the Microsoft Support table, and click on the "OK" button. Close out of the Registry Editor Dialog box. Restart your computer. You can now install Microsoft Office without receiving the Error 1606 message.

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