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Crytographic Issue(s)


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I got a message entitled:

"Install Windows Internet Explorer" and;
"Setup could not verify the integrity of the files needed for installation. Make sure the Cryptographic service is running on this computer" ... - uh, help please!?!

I am now recalling that I had ENCRYPTED some stuff - AND, accidently checked "Hidden" in the properties of my Hard Drive attributes. This is probably my problem isn't it (?) - more importantly, how can I get that Hidden file back? I also have a file that will not allow me to change it's "Read-only" attribute. I've tried everything I can think of, and it keeps going back to "Read-only"

H-e-l-p please!

Edited by grc, 17 May 2006 - 08:53 PM.

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Click start then run, type services.msc and press enter, double click the service you need, set the start up type to automatic, start the service, click set / apply, reboot

Open my documents, click tools, folder options, put the dot in show hidden files, click apply

You probably won't get anywhere with changing the read only attribute unless it isn't a system critical file / folder
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Being helped here

http://www.geekstogo...ndpost&p=674340
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