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M4d$k1llz

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Hey whenever i search in "windows media player - guide" i get a popup telling me its tryign to install something, then i cannot install it without some kind of disc, what should i do?? (other than clicking cancel bout 50times)

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Hi M4d$k1llz,
That "Popup" is wanting you to install MS Office SR-1 Premium!!

Do you have Office installed on your PC ??

You need to put in the CD and then hit OK . it will then install what it needs!!
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hmm interesting, i have installed all the programs i thought id need from the office disk, but i never installed "publisher" which is the ONE program i need atm, and my dad told me a family member lost the disks a while ago when i asked him for them...

oh well, ill just leave it,

it promts me to instal these things when i try and use "hand writing tool" on msn also, however i cant cancel it then, its just crashes msn lol, oh well, hehe, thnx for help, ill search for those disks :)

thnx for help :tazz:
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