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Hi,
Can anybody help, I am trying to install a software application (TIS 2000) and I keep getting the same error message each time the installers loads: Unable to access Echo Service.

Anyone know what is causing this?

Thanks,
Chris
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do you have the windows firewall on? if so try disabelilng it and see if that makes a difference?
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Hi dsenette,
Windows firewall is disable and so is zonealarm, still no joy.
Any other ideas please?
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what is TIS 2000...trying to search it to see if the company has a home page...who makes it? what does it do?
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It is automotive diagnostic software. -That's all.

Has been installed on system once before, but now it won't install becouse of the "Can't access Echo-Service" error.

Hope this helps :tazz:
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Hi dsenette,

I have managed to sort out the problem by resetting the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
Details of how to do this can be found here:

http://support.micro....com/kb/299357/

This thread can now be closed.. :tazz:
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