32-bitAs Mr.Srini said check the OS version.
Finding the problem is the key. "Refer to the logs" is the only option, XE has no oracle support offerings.Action - Refer to the logs or contact Oracle
So from those symptoms, the user trying to run the installer does not have appropriate rights on that drive and/or folder. The fix for that particular problem is adding the user to the local administrators group. And rerunning the install. After running the deinstall steps to clean up the installation. As specified in the XE install guide for Windows.
... Created a new file <drive>:<OH path>\cfgtoollogs\configToolAllCommands SEVERE: java.io.IOException: Access is denied ...
Like it also states in the Windows install guide, under Permission Required quote:
net localgroup administrators Administrator <domain>\Domain Admins ... # ??? is the host in windows domain ??? <domain>\Local Admins <domain>\<user1> <user2> <user3> ... echo %USERNAME% # if relevant: echo %USERDOMAIN%
... must be a member of the Administrators group on Windows to install Oracle Database XE.