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Have a windows xp home but has never been online. Used primarily for photo programs and such. We use an older windows 98 se for online. When installing the Printworkshop 2005 everything seems to go into the windows xp 2000 fine but will not run at all. It says.....Printworkshop 2005.exe Common Language Runtime Debugging services application has generated an exception that could not be handled. Process id=0x4a8(1192) Thread id=0x578 (1400)
when you run the debugging offered it comes up as it is not available. You would think buying a brand new software product would launch ok in a computer not online but unless someone can help me know how to get to the settings for that I can only think to try and request a download from the website but that is unlikley because this is a windows 98se online requesting a debugging program for a windows home xp 2000 offline. Maybe someone knows how to load it it pleeeease. Also note the one not online has never been connected so patches from the microsoft site have not been attached. Maybe that has something to do with the "Common Language Runtime" it mentions? Thank you!!!
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What you might need to do is download the Sun Java 2 Runtime Environment. It is basically a big package of .dlls that many applications use.
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