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Installation problem hey. i have a problem on installing the sdb GUI V3.4.5 FOR MY TV EXITER pls if you find an answer for this problem help me as soon as possible. the problem: my OS is win xp sp2 in my pc but during installation of the softaware for communication btn exiter and pc it starts copying the files but then it could not install and shows the message 'mismatch type' what do u think is the problem? btn pc & software cd having this GUI V3.4.5? USE MY EMAIL: KHAKHAMIS @YAHOO.COM

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