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Oh dear I gave you the wrong one.

Try this:

http://noahdfear.net...ble/NTBR_CD.exe
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I get a dialog when I click on it if I want to run it... I say ok and nothing happens.
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Hi Cixelsyd,

At what point is this. Are you referring to the file you just downloaded?

In other words is this right at the start when you double click to extract to a folder or is it when you open the folder and run BurnItCD.cmd
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Further to my last post... it just occurred to me that if the machine you are using to download is Vista OS you may need to right click on the file to run as Administrator.
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The file I just downloaded... the EXE... I'm using windows XP on a laptop.
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I have downloaded that file and it works OK for me so either you have a problem with that computer or it's a bad download.

Are you having problems opening any other files on that machine?

If not, try another download, if you are then let me know.
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I tried another download same result... wierd... everything else seems to be working fine... maybe I need to run some tests on this one first? LOL
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Maybe it's a permissions issue.

Download this fileand save it to your desktop.
  • Drag each of the NTBR.exe file that you are unable to run and drop it on top of Inherit.exe.[list]
  • Then wait for it to say "OK". The program should run fine after doing that.

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I got the ok, but it never ran... When I click on it, I get the (this isn't a trusted program, and I chose run and nothing seems to happen)
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So it's your anti-malware programs getting in the way. Maybe your anti-virus or firewall.

Couple of options. Try turning them off and see if you can run it.

Disable your AntiVirus and AntiSpyware applications, usually via a right click on the System Tray icon.

Also check that you don't have Windows Defender enabled on your machine.

How to turn Windows Defender on or off

1. Open Windows Defender by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Defender.

2. Click Tools, and then click Options.

3. Under Administrator options, select or clear the Use Windows Defender check box, and then click Save.

Administrator permission required. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

If those instructions are not appropriate for your version of Windows go to this link for instructions on how to enable/disable Windows Defender

http://windowshelp.m...1bf0dc1033.mspx

If that doesn't work maybe you can do it in Safe Mode.

How to boot into Safe Mode:

1) Restart your computer
2) After hearing your computer beep once during startup, but before the Windows icon appears, tap F8 continually.
3) Instead of Windows loading as normal, a menu should appear
4) Select the first option, to run Windows in Safe Mode.
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Will be trying tonight... will update you then, had an out of town business trip ... thanks.
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Okie dokie, look forward to hearing back from you. :D
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