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starscream997

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Hello there,

take a look at this: Posted Image

This happens on my Friend's Pc each time he tries to install a software. I just wanted to ask id this is a simple problem that can be solved using windows or if it is any kind of malware

System: P3 900MHz
256 SD RAM
32Mb VGA
30GB HD
WinXP


cheerz :tazz:

Edited by starscream997, 14 June 2005 - 04:07 AM.

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Hi starscream997,
Does this happen on all software install??
Have you had him run his antivirus??
Did this happen after a recent download??
Clear the browser cache :
Click Start, select Settings and Control Panel.
Double-click Internet Options to open Internet Properties.
Click the General tab.
Click Delete Files.
Click OK on the Delete Files dialog box.
Click Delete Cookies.
Click OK.
Also you might want to get the latest Windows Installer !!

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starscream997

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thanks for the tip, i will try thisand come back to you :tazz:
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starscream997

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1. This happens on most software he installs on the computer
2. This has happened recently but not after a download
3. Spyware/Adware Removed but still persists
4. Scanned for viruses using different software, none detected
5. Removed Browser Cache (no effect)
6. Updated Windows INstaller (no Effect)
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I'm having the same problem.
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I am getting the same problem too
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