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When I try to download Earth 4.3 from the Google website Error code 0x80004005 appears. I have tried several of Microsoft's solutions to this problem from their Support site but to no avail . My OS is Vista Home Premium.I have Crossloop installed if you want to use it.
The issue is with google earth, is a fault in the software that comes up with certain windows installation.
I report from Google groups:
It sounds like Google Pack might be having an issue with installing
Google Earth. You can try downloading Google Earth directly at
If you're unable to download anything with Google Pack, you may want
to try looking in the awesome Google Pack Help Center for more
information. You can find the Google Pack Help Center at
Also do the following, install it manually from
Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Add Program from CD/Floppy Diskette
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