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shadeymonk

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I'm trying to install a program for class and everytime I try to do it I get an error that says "1607: Unable to install Installshield Scripting Runtime" Any advice?
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I got this too, the only fix I found, was to repair windows xp, but it was a drastic measure. I wouldn't suggest it until after a couple of things don't work.
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I tried googleing the error and seeing what people advise, i've had little luck
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I am experiencing the same problem. Keith from Staff gave me this. It did not work for me but maybe itll work for you:
Click start then run, type msconfig then press enter then start up, click disable all, click apply and reboot, tick do not start the configuration utility when windows loads

Try the installation, if the error box shows, close it then wait a few minutes to see if the installer continues

To return to normal start up, click start then run, type msconfig then press enter and put the dot in normal start up, click apply and reboot

If you figure it out could you please let me know. Thanks and good luck
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