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akeem

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I am running xp but for some reason for the last couple of months when i have been trying to install new plug ins - they all say they can not be installed because windows 95 is not supported???? what is that about and how could i fix it?

we are talking about quicktime, java, adobe, etc

it is service pack 2 [home edition]

basically a few months ago i downloaded the new itunes and i remember seeing something on it that said windows 95 on it. i thought nothing of it at the time. then when i installed bt broadband in november everything went crazy. when i use firefox i cannot use any of the plugins i mentioned but if i open internet explorer they will work a dream.

this is for a friend im trying to help

Edited by akeem, 24 February 2007 - 03:35 PM.

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Did your friend by any chance install XP on an old disk that had 95 on it? He may not have removed the old partition and replaced it with one compatable with XP. If he did he needs to reinstall but first remove the old partition and replace it using the XP disk.
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will find out and get back to you
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