Transfer Error while installing Application

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Hello All,

My sister sent me a laptop as a gift, and I thought I could really go away with this computer issues thing since I am using a new one.

Unfortunately, yeah, I did get away with the virus thing, but my extra work needs an application to be installed. To my surprise, it is giving me feature transfer error at the middle of the installation.

Please help.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #111485

Transfer Error while installing Application

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Congratulations on getting a gift from sis and away from virus that you are having with your old Desktop PC. I read your post and it seems that the error is due to fault of the internal software that you are installing, may be its file are corrupted due to which it is unable to install, you should also try to install other software, if they are giving the same error or any other and avoid the installation then you should install a fresh copies of your windows in case you want to see the software running on your PC. This is mostly done due to corrupted files in the software or the corrupted files in the windows. I will suggest you to try these measures hopefully your problem will be solved.

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Transfer Error while installing Application

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It is really not clear as to what application you are installing to your new laptop. The usual problem that is encountered during an installation is related to damaged installer data files or sometimes incompatibility issues. But since you were even able to start the installation then it’s probably some other problem not related to compatibility stuff.

If you are having a transfer error in the middle of the installation process then it probably points to the location or the path where the software is going to be installed and copied. If this is the case, make sure you are logged in using an account with administrative privileges or preferably an administrator account.

This is the only way you can successfully make an installation in Microsoft Windows. If you are already using an administrator account and still the problem exists, the next thing to check is the system requirements of the software. Make an effort to find the product’s system specifications so you will know if it is compatible with your operating system or a required component is missing that needs to be installed.

If you downloaded the program, visit the site again and check its specifications. If it requires other programs to be installed first like Microsoft .NET Framework for example, make sure to install this component first before you install the product again. Install first all other components before installing the software itself.

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