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wojcicki

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Occasionally I notice that when I'm on Nexopia.com (kinda like MySpace) Windows Installer loads as if it were installing Microsoft Word or something along those lines. I can't close that browser unless I let the installer run it's course and hit cancel after it goes through a few stages (goes too fast to remember). Any suggestions? I'll try to print screen next time it happens.
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Here is what pops up at the end result of the whole thing (attached).

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I have the same problem when i open classic media player on my system. The problem started after a windows update and i don't know how to shift it myself. However i find that if i hit the cancel button straight away it stops it running, though sometimes it will start again but a second cancel does the trick. I know this is no help but at least you know you're not alone
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I sometimes get a similar message when I'm using MS Office. There must be a driver or piece of information on the install disk that the application is looking for. I insert the disk and let it do it's thing, and then it's ok. I've never had it ask while on the internet, however. Just my two cents worth of input; don't know if it helps you at all.
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