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carpenter

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#11362 18-Jan-2007 06:50
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Hi, I try to install a program on WIN XP SP2, but when i doubleclick on setup.exe (32-bit setup launcher by InstallShield 5.52), nothing happens. I tried to run the installation on another computer and it is working fine. I also can run any other installation process on my computer, just not this one...

I read somewhere that Sunbelt Kerio could cause this, but its uninstallation did not help.

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  #58214 18-Jan-2007 08:27
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A bit more detail might be helpful... like what are you trying to install

Anything in event logs etc?

Is there a .msi rather than and .exe that you could kick off the setup with?

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