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anne_mcm

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I have been trying to install Quick View from accessories. I put my cd in and it keeps telling me to install my cd and if and when it recognizes it I keep getting told that it cannot find the necessary files . Windows setup has worked fine before, but now I cannot install anything from there. Other than this problem my cd rom works fine . I even tried to go through my burner, but no luck there either and that is also working . Hope you can help me. Thanks Anne
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Hi anne_mcm, welcome to Geeks to Go! <_<

I can only think to check to be sure your Windows CD is clean and scratch free. Can you browse the CD using Windows Explorer?
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Thankyou, I appreciate any help I can get. Yes I can browse the CD. My CD Rom works fine except for the occasional closing of the drawer on it's own. Thanks again
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If you have enough room on your hard drive you could copy the entire Windows CD to a folder. Then when it asks for the CD, just point it to that folder.
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