Installing glidepoint Touchapd Driver on 64-bit Windows 7 Desktop

Installing glidepoint Touchapd Driver on 64-bit Windows 7 Desktop. I get a message "Could not open key: UNKNOWN\Components\11 (many letters & digits). Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel." I would like to install this driver and  I would like to completely enable my ability to install whatever drivers and software I want to with Windows 7. Help would be appreciated!
Mike McLoughlinAsked:
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nobusCommented:
did you right click it and select run as administrator?
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Mike McLoughlinAuthor Commented:
I needed to do a clean uninstall of the original program. Once that was done, I downloaded the new drivers from the cirque site and installed them. Everything went fine.
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