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Facedown98

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Hi. This is a strange issue. I fixed my registry using the XP Tools application. Well, after, I see a window appear (this is now showing every day) which is the Windows Installer, and it is trying to configure "PhotoGallery". Well, I don't know what PhotoGallery is. I have to click on cancel three times before it stops asking! If I let it run its course, it eventually asks for a CD. I don't know what this program is! Can anyone please help me turn this D*mn thing off! It's very annoying! :whistling:
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Does it name the CD
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I don't believe so, however I'll look again.
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Well... This is... Bazaar... I restarted the computer last night, and saw the window. I wanted to see which CD it wanted, so I let it run its course. The little status bar moved to the right, and then moved back to the left and closed! I started it up this morning and saw no window... VERY strange. Thanks for your help anyway Keith :whistling:
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Thank You for letting me know
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Its good to see that your problem seems to be resolved.

For Future Reference...
(If the problem returns)
Do you have a HP Printer?
If so, Read Here.
If not, Check this out for an interesting read.

Willow
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Funny you caught onto that. I do have an HP printer, and I thought it coul be that, but dismissed the idea when I first got this lol I thought it was probably something I installed.
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