I installed all my programs etc using the new CD and did a full update of the system and then updated the SAS to 9.1.3 as per the directions in the readme on the CD. Then I could get the windows update and my SAS installation worked fine.
FYI: The ways to do the install for 9.1.3 was by downloading the program from SAS and then going to the SAS Web site and downloading the 9.1.3. I also did this with the older version of SAS 9.1.1. I got the programs from SAS and then went to the SAS Web site and downloaded the programs.
For the second install I did find 2 different ways to get SAS 9.1.3. I did not find the CD install way. I did however find the CD install for 9.1.1. Maybe this is the way the install should work, I really don't know. What I know is the CD install does not come with the SAS 9.1.3 program. So if you do not have 9.1.3, you need to download it from SAS ( I found a good link for this on SAS's site).
Then just go to the SAS program and create a new project with SAS 9.1.3. I didn't have to do this again. I just went to the SAS program and was on 9.1.3. I did have to add the SAS 9.1.3 CD to the program. After this I was able to continue on.
I hope this helps someone. I know I found it pretty confusing at first. I didn't know there were 2 ways to do it. I just did it the way that worked best for me. I was able to install both SAS 9.1.3 and 9.1.1 on my machine and I'm happy with it now.
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