Windows error codes can be cryptic and frustrating. Check out this Permission guide for solving your Windows Error code 1314 and how to keep it from happening again.
This error code occurs when a required privilege is necessary to proceed, but the client attempting to execute the task does not hold that privilege. This error may result from several different situations, where the settings and permissions have not been set or modified to allow the action to take place.
Step-by-step instruction in case of Windows code 1314
If you are getting this message, then your settings and permissions need to be changed to reflect the appropriate permission levels. You may need to change permission levels, or alternately, “run as administrator” to gain the necessary permission level to execute the action. In cases of using a Windows 2000 machine, there is a problem where the wrong security context is being used to obtain the registry security, and a handle is closed by the OS. To fix the problem, make sure you have applied all of the appropriate service packs for Windows 2000, or upgrade to a newer version of the operating system. This issue was corrected in Windows 2000 Service Pack 2.
TipFor more information, please see: How to fix Permission error #1314