Thanks for the response! I uninstalled and then re-installed using your
suggestions. I found that the simple uninstall removed all references to
Project in the Registry, so my original question is meaningless. My problem
Project appears to install correctly, but upon running it, it "installs",
then I see the Project Splash screen for a second, then it installs 2
features and finally gives me a "not enough memory" error. I have 1GB and
several others on the Project Community get exactly the same situation.
Others have no problem at all.
It is really exasperating.
"Mick Murphy" wrote:
> Dan, two things to try as you are installing Project.
> 1. At the setup.exe right-click and "Run as Administrator"
> 2. At the setup.exe right-click > Properties> Compatibility> XP SP2
> "Dan" wrote:
> > I am trying to load Project 2003 into my new HP with Vista Home Premiuim for
> > sometime now. The Project discussion group cannot find an asnwer and I am
> > hoping I can find one here.
> > One of the referenced FAQ's in the Project Discussion Group advised me to to
> > go into the registry to modify an entry. When I did so and got to the
> > suggested entry (s), I found all MSProject entries (20 or 30) would not allow
> > any action on any of them. Right clicking produced "Serializers cannot be
> > opened. An error is preventing this key from being opened. Access is denied."
> > Can someone advise me on this?
> > Gratefully,
> > Dan