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john god

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Hello,
My problem started out with games, now with music, etc.
I thought I had Java 5 installed on my," Windows 98se IE 6."
I was wrong. I deleted the old versions,
and what I thought I had installed.
I went and downloaded Java 5 again,
but when the box came up to install, I clicked on it and this came up:

Installed:Wrapper.CreateFile failed with error 32 the process
cannot access the file because it is being used by another process.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank-You,
John God
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Ax238

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Hello John God,

Sounds like something might still be in memory. I'd suggest restarting your system and trying again.

Ax
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john god

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Thanks, problem solved.
Needed a older version of Java.
Went here to download my version:
http://www.java.com/...jreversions.xml
John God
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Ax238

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Glad you got things sorted out, thanks for posting back with the information.
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Gagan Aneja

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Try this - I found on microsoft site

Unregister and re-register the Windows Installer
Click Start, click Run, type MSIEXEC /UNREGISTER, and then click OK. Even if you do this correctly, it may look like nothing occurs.
Click Start, click Run, type MSIEXEC /REGSERVER, and then click OK. Even if you do this correctly, it may look like nothing occurs, or you may briefly see an hourglass. After you run this command, the operation is complete.
Try your Windows Installer-based application again.
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