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Problem installing turbocad v11


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Toombs

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When TurboCad Pro v11 its on 99% an error appears and rolls back. Ive repeatedly try to install it but i always get the same result. The error displayed

Error 1935.An Error occured during the installation of Assembly 'Microsoft.MSXML2,Publickey Token="6bd6b9abf345378f",version="4.20.9818.0",type="win32",processorArchitecture="x86". Please refer to help and support f...

after i click ok, the screen tells me "Your system has not been modified. To complete installation at another time, please run setup again.

please help...
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Jack123

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This may be a problem with TurboCad & Service Pack 2 ...

What Srvice Pack do you have on Windows XP?? You may have to update to Service Pack 2 . . .?? I would go to TurboCad website

http://www.turbocad.com/

Might want to check out this website also:

http://www.cadcourse.net/

and MicroSoft also:

http://msdn.microsof...ds/default.aspx

These address this problem you are having
Jack123

Edited by Jack123, 22 July 2005 - 09:26 AM.

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SP2. Thanks for replying but i figured out the problem it was becaues of Adwatch and Spywareguard when i disabled them it worked.
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Yes that is a problem. . . .Almost in all installations, you are requested to close all windows application. (And we all ignor it! - but not anymore!)

Also if you have more than 1 AV program running, this will slooooow your online surfing. They just "step all over" each other. . . .

Look over those TurboCad websites - to get the most out of TurboCad.

Thanks for informing us that you fixed your problem & how!! Will keep as reference. . . It's a big aid to know what works!!

Have a good day!
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