"Corrupt Installation Detected" message when running setup
When you try to run the NoteWorthy Composer setup program, a "Corrupt Installation Detected" message is displayed.
This message is usually caused by one of the following:
A quirk in the setup program might be causing this problem. If you are running the setup program from a folder that includes embedded spaces or unicode characters, this message might be displayed. When you run the setup program, try running it from a local hard drive, from a directory path such as "C:\TEMP".
When installing on Windows 2000, XP, or Vista, you must be logged into the computer as an Administrator with full install privileges.
Your system's configuration for temporary files should point to a valid, existing folder. You must have full read/write privileges to this folder.
If you downloaded the setup program from the Internet, it might have been corrupted during the transfer process to your computer, or by a virus running on the computer. The remedy is to scan for viruses, clear your browser cache, and then try the download again.
Our setup programs contain a digital signature. If you do not see a valid NoteWorthy Software signature associated with the program, then this is a strong indication that your download was corrupted in transit.