I'd say this file is either kept opened (being executed counts as this) by some 
other program
or — less likely, I admit — have some weird permissions set on it
so that you really have no permissions for deleting it
(Windows ACLs are powerful but very complicated).

So I'd first get the ProcessExplorer program from the Sysinternals suite
(or the whole suite) and found out what process might have this file open.

A mere reboot immediately followed by the installation attempt might help also.

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