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liz74

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I did a system restore on my computer and now a lot of my programs aren't running.Some I have manage to reinstall but others I can't. For example when I try to reinstall kazaa gold I get a message saying:
Usage:

kpp.exe <filename> [command_line]

<filename> ={Required} Name/path of file to load
[command_line]={Optional} Command line to pass to <filename>

©2002-2003 random nut.


Do you have any idea what that means?
I could really use your help right now <_< thanx
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It's likely the programs were deleted when you performed the system restore. Have you tried reinstalling Kazaa and other programs that aren't working?

P.S. We don't recommend using Kazaa as it installs spyware on your system. There are spyware free alternatives.
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Oh,thanx. Yes I did try to install a few, some woked some didnt.
You mentioned other spyfree alternatives for Kazaa, what are they?
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I really don't follow P2P software too closely, but one alternative that uses the Kazaa network is Shareaza: http://www.shareaza.com/
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