Failed Kernel Files CorelDRAW To Install.

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When I upgrade my PC to Microsoft  Vista OS. After completing upgrade then I proceed to set up the coral draw. This set was failed to complete, and it gives an error message that failed to install kernel files CorelDRAW. How can we overcome this problem? What is the better way to solve it?

Answered By 5 points N/A #289101

Failed Kernel Files CorelDRAW To Install.


The way to give that error message is you are logged on with does not have administrative credentials.


You just need to switch an administrative account and install it.

Click on start > shutdown > expand >restart

After restart just confirms one thing that you are log in as an administrator.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #293073

Failed Kernel Files CorelDRAW To Install.


If you are in the process of installing CorelDraw that can happen if the application is not compatible with your new operating system, Windows Vista. CorelDraw supports Windows Vista but up to a certain version only. The highest version of the application to support Windows Vista is CorelDraw X6 while CorelDraw X7 and later dropped support for Windows XP and Windows Vista.

CorelDraw X6 supports Windows XP (32-bit only), Windows Vista, and Windows 7 both 32-bit and 64-bit. It requires Intel Pentium IV or equivalent AMD Athlon or AMD Opteron processor, 1 GB RAM, 1 GB hard drive space, and 1024 x 768 screen resolution. This is also the last version to support Microsoft Windows XP. Windows 8.x and Windows 10 are not supported.

Since you did not mention what version of CorelDraw you are installing, just make sure you are installing version 16 or earlier as these are the versions that support Microsoft Windows Vista.

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