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It may be that the software you are trying to install isn't compatible with Windows 10.
But you can set Compatibility Mode on the install file, for a previous version of Windows, e.g. Windows 7, provided your ArcSoft Software install file is NOT on a CD - where it cannot have Compatibility Mode set.
And there is also possible: that your software is trying to contact an Internet server, and you are not connected to the Internet during the installation ?
If you are installing from a CD or DVD disc, getting an alternate version by download from a reliable source i.e. an OEM site, would allow you to set Compatibility Mode on it if you Save the downloaded install file rather than Run-ning it.
Since the ArcSoft software is presumably Nikon-camera-related, possibly Nikon's site has the software for free download. Please tell me whether you are trying to install from a CD/DVD disc, and whether that disc is a Nikon-branded disc, and I will advise you further as appropriate.