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NAV 2005 installation crashed

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I got the NAV 2005 (English) recently and installed it on my desktop running XP sp2, it runs fine.

however, when I tried to install it on a friend's laptop which is running a Korean version windows XP sp2, the installation stopped when the setup was copying files, and everytime I tried, the same message saying "symlcsvc.exe encounter a problem ..... (a very long discription in Korean)...... and asking whether I wanna send a report, just like the normal message window popping up when applicapitons crashed."

the funny thing is the installation went on when I closed the message, and completed the setup process (with no any cancel key I can stop the process. :tazz: ) however, after the machine was restarted, NAV halted, and had no any responses, can't even start the application.

anyone had experience this before? is it because an english version NAV can't be installed on a different language version OS? it runs well on my computer.

I've looked around the Internet, and it says that symlcsvc.exe is a core component of NAV, blablabla..., but didn't say it will cause the installation crashed.

anyone can help, please! I've been spending two days trying everything I could, and I just can't get it fixed. ;)

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