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error 1713 during install

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Trying to install access 2000 with access2000 runtime via wise install and gets to end of installation and then produces error

error 1713 [Product name] can not install all of requried products

Client running access 2003 on windows xp sp 2
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I'm pretty sure that the runtime version of Access and the commercial version of Access both are the same products. This means that installing a runtime Access will mess with the commercial version of Access that's already installed.

Can you use a Access 2003 runtime?
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Not knowing what you have in your Wise package, we can only guess.  Does the client have administrator priviledges during the in install?

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