Windows 8 Installer Issues
This problem may occur if one of the following conditions is true:
a) The Windows Installer files that are on your hard disk are damaged or are missing.
b) You install or remove a program that uses the Windows Installer Microsoft Software Installation (MSI) package file (.msi). For example, this may occur when you try to install Microsoft Office on your computer.
Method 1: I would suggest you to run the Microsoft FIXIT from the link as it automatically repair program installation issues that installing or removing program fails because of corrupted registry keys or blocked installation and check if it helps.
Fix problems with programs that can't be installed or uninstalled
Method 2: I would also suggest you to follow the steps from the link and check if the issue persists.
How to troubleshoot problems when you install or uninstall programs on a Windows-based computer
Windows Installer Errors On Windows 10
If you are having trouble install TATEMS on Windows 10 64 bit version like this Then you have a corrupted Windows Installer or Windows Registry Error. This fix from Microsoft may help ...
Errors After Installing on Windows Vista or Windows 7
*Only TATEMS version 4.2.09 or later is compatible with Windows 7; if you are running an older version of TATEMS you will need to upgrade.* If you try to open TATEMS and get errors after installing TATEMS on a Windows Vista or a Windows 7 Machine ...
TATEMS Installation Issues
If you have trouble installing TATEMS there are a few things you can try. 1. Make sure you have full administrative rights during the installation on the computer you are installing on. 2. Make sure you have at least 250 MB of disk space free. 3. ...
Disk Or Network Error
If you get a Disk I/O or network error the following troubleshooting tips may help. Normally that error message means you are losing connectivity to the network or your hard disk when idled. (can also happen during usage in some cases) Turn Off ...
After Installation TATEMS shuts down immediately after you start it
Your system needs to be updated with the Other Microsoft Products toggle switched on. Go to Windows Updates by typing updates in your start menu. Then scroll down to Advanced Options and click Then toggle the button that says Receive updates for ...