|17 Apr 2010||#2|
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Enable your administrator account and try to install it from there:
Start > "cmd" > Right Click cmd.exe > Run as Admin...
Enter line: net user administrator /active:yes
Log In Using Administrator Account
Log In Using Normal Account
Check to make sure you can use Xfire properly
If so, disable Administrator Account by running the same line in cmd.exe w/ a no instead of yes...
net user administrator /active:no
Otherwise you could just disable UAC while you install Xfire...
Control Panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control Settings > Slide to bottom
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