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Trying to re install windows, everything OK until process was cut off. now i'm stuck

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    JDTec May 11, 2010

    What OS? When did it cutoff? On a restart? Do you get any error messages?

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Check your RAMs (Might any 1 of them is not functioning right or hung up during process
remove one of the ram and then try to install the windows

I have same problem once & i fixed that this way!

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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Problem I am looking for the Vista compatibility patch. Solution This Windows® Vista update will detect and repair The Print Shop® 22 and PrintMaster® 17 applications already installed on your computer. After applying this update The Print Shop® 22 and PrintMaster® 17 will operate normally on computers running Windows® Vista.

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