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.exe wont run on windows server 2003


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mr smalls

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hi guys,
im trying to install acronis true image for small business server onto my server which is running windows server 2003. when i try to run the .exe file an hour glass appears for a second but then disappears and nothing happens. i have installed the latest applicable windows installer and still no luck. any help would be appreciated. cheers :)

Edited by mr smalls, 01 June 2009 - 07:56 PM.

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Do you have problems with any other exe files?
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NOT SO FAR, I HAVE OBTAINED ANOTHER COPY OF THE FILE AND IT STILL WONT OPEN
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Turn off caps, please.
Where is the file from?
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sorry, the file is from acronis true image website, it was purchased yesterday, but so far have received no support from them
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I guess, you need to call them, ten.
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Sounds like a corrupted download. Acronis should be providing an MD5 hash for the file for you to compare.
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