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whitey_VTS

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Hi guys i just downloaded this free trial of the newest version of alcohol120% from thier website, i went to install and as i started the installation process i got a pop up saying: (screen shot below:) i just clicked ok as i didn't really understand what it meant and still dont,

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after clicking ok i then got another pop up saying: (screens shot below)

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so i clicked ok and the instalation just closed without installing, hopefully someone with a broader knowledge of computers can help, cheers


Marc

P.s The older version of alcohol installed fine and i have this strange feeling the same happend when i tried to install the latest version of Daemon Toolz a while back.

Edited by whitey_VTS, 17 May 2006 - 06:42 AM.

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I've found these 2 threads (1 & 2) in the Daemon Tools forums which contain variuos soultions you could try to solve the probelm.
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I have not upgraded to the latest version of Alcohol, but it looks to me like it wants a config key. Must be something given to you when you purchase the program.

If this is not a purchased program, you will not be recieving any help here.

ScHwErV :whistling:
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