Error during software installation!

Following error message keep prompting during any software installation. Failed to reinstall Windows Installer as well.

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Runtime Error!
Program: C:\Windows\System32\msiexec.exe
-not enough space for thread data

Kindly advise. Thanks.
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You could try the Windows installer CleanUp Utility...

or another site suggests:

Click Start, Run, type C:\Windows\System32\msiexec.exe /REGSERVER, and click OK

or another:

Try cleaning up the installer. Click start/run, type services.msc and click "ok". Scroll down to "Windows Installer" and double click it. Stop the service if it is running, set the startup type line to disabled. Click apply/ok and reboot.

Delete the contents of the temp folders, there may be a file in there interfering with the setup routine of the installer. Check both:

C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\local settings\temp

Now reverse the first set of steps and re-enable the Windows Installer (You can just set the startup type to manual). Reboot.

Turn off all other running programs, especially your antivirus software. Use ctrl+shift+escape, if necessary, to "end task" on everything.

Now retry installing some software.

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You may have the fun of reinstalling everything  from scratch (or an image if you have one).
Try updating C++ support:

Otherwise - I think you are looking at a repair installation:

You shouldn't have to reinstall any programs, and you won't lose any data - but you will need to re-download and install any critical Windows Updates...
Before that - try the "Fix Windows Installer" tool in Dial-a-Fix:
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