That's a vague error message that doesn't shed light on the cause or solution. You could try uninstalling and reinstalling, but other than that you'd need to contact the program's developer for support in resolving what appears to be a bug in their software.
"Error opening file for writing
c:\program files\pilot group list\Newsletter 2010\newsletter.exe
Click Abort to stop the installation, Retry to try again or ignore to skip this file."
I clicked Ignore and skipped all subsequent files.
When I tried to exec the module not surprisingly I got the following msg:
"Fatal error: This file has expired. in C:\Program Files\Pilot Group Ltd\Newsletter 2010\www\index.php on line 0"
So I went to the developers site and re-downloaded the file. Reran the download and received the same msg.
Fatal error: This file has expired. in C:\Program Files\Pilot Group Ltd\Newsletter 2010\www\index.php on line 0
What does File has expired mean exactly?
Note: This post was edited by a forum moderator to fix bad formatting caused by a forum bug on 08/13/2011 at 3:42 PM PT