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Kudos to your daughter for the quick fix. I'm glad you got it taken care of, and I too hope I can retain the info. I'm sure one of my users here at the office will come up with something similar before too long.
(Ask your daughter if she wants to become a member here.)
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Gene1: Pleased you were able to resolve the problem.

I ran into this issue today on my daughter's machine (virus, spyware, not sure yet). Have never seen it before. Used the link provided by Major Payne "Micro$oft Support - Can't Open EXE files".

Worked great! I salute you, Major.
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Ken, Welcome to Geeks To Go. I'm glad you were able to solve your problem. That's what this website is all about; sharing information with others.

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