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Windows 7: BLOW-BY - A Window Flashes by so fast I can't read what it says - How

02 Apr 2013   #1
I wish I Knew

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BLOW-BY - A Window Flashes by so fast I can't read what it says - How

Scenario: Attempting to install a piece of software

The Problem: A window Pops up (or flashes up and then away) so fast, that I can not read what it says.

The Question: How can I see what that quickie window has got to say?

Ive tried to use a video camera to catch what is flashing on the screen, but it happens so fast, that I only get part of a it, and its already greyed out so I cant even read it.

How can I slow or stop my computer at whatever that window says so I can read it?

Ive tried to Google this, but I dont know what to call it when you get:
Some kinda Window "Blow-By" (stolen from my automotive background)

Thank You


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02 Apr 2013   #2
marsmimar

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Hello I wish I Knew and welcome to Seven Forums.

What software are you trying to install? If you right-click on the .exe file are you given the option to "Run As Administrator"? If yes, try using that.
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02 Apr 2013   #3
gregrocker

 

Is the installation failing? If so tell us how it fails.
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