Access denied updating drivers windows 7
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#I125 Installing NULL driver for "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A02&SUBSYS_01F91028&REV_0C&61AAA01&0&10". #I121 Device install of "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A02&SUBSYS_01F91028&REV_0C&61AAA01&0&10" finished successfully. ) I had the same problem after trying to use a utility called "Driver Genius" to update the drivers on my Acer Aspire 3690 laptop with the Mobile Intel 945 GM Chipset. It had an executable setup file to install the Intel drivers. I had the exact same problem as you did when trying to update the display adapter manually. I didn't know what to do with that until I found this thread and saw your information. So I went to start/run/on my laptop and got back basically the same log report as yours.
For example, in our case the long name of the printer was "Epson Stylus Photo R200", but we shared it with the name Epson R200: 2.This can occur if the permissions on the service account that is used to start the service have been changed or does not have permissions to the Windows registry keys used by the service.Error message when attempting to start the Windows Event Log Service: "Access denied" How to troubleshoot an "Error 5: Access Denied" error message when you try to start the Windows Event Log service from the Services console on Windows Server 2008 and the Windows Event Log service fails. Here's the very simple solution: Locate the igfxcui folder in the registry by going to start/run/ then type in regedit. Your user name should pop up along with your computer name. Now you will have permissions back to change the registry keys in the igfxcui folder when you manually install the adapter drivers. The file I was being denied access to was "igfxcui" in the same registry location as yours, HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Winlogon\Notify\igfxcui. Go to "Enter object names to be selected" and type in your Windows user name then click on the "Check names" button. Then highlight your user name and in the "Permission for (your user name)" field on the "Full Control" line, put a check in the "Allow" box then click on "OK".
This can be done by going to Properties and then navigating to Security tab.