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Error =The installation of this aplication is damaged. Try re-installing or contacting the publisher for assistance. I've reinstalled this 4x and deleted the same 4x -- but the error message still returns even when it has been delete. Grateful for all and any help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Problem loading win XP-SP2
Don;t know if this is the cause of u're errors, but it might be do to the motherboard chipset drivers (the lack of them in u're windows version). If so, u have to make a copy of u're windows cd with all u're motherboard drivers included, and try to install with that cd. The same problem appears to all new laptops that do not offer XP support and only Vista support . In order to do the new XP cd, u\ll need a little program that u'l find on internet..... (for example: n-lite)
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
I was able to remove Adobe 7.0.9 by getting feed back from "question to google crowd"!
1. I had to download a program that removed the "setup" from the Adobe 7.0.9 on my computer.
2.I then downloaded Adobe 8.1 (with the understanding that since "7.0.9" now had no setup instructions" there would be no problem with the "8.1" download) -
3.Once "8.1" was downloaded I went to "ADD/REMOVE" and removed "7.0.9" - this time it worked just fine - no message that I had to find a folder with "7.0.9" .
4.After removing "7.0.9" I removed "8.1" with the ADD/REMOVE program;
5.All Adobe was removed from the computer..I then downloaded ADOBE 9 from Adobe's website.
6.I went to my portfolio to check it out and the pages came up without a hitch.
Goodluck to those who have had a similar problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Try first going to start button > Run (search) > type in the text box msconfig When the window comes up, choose selective startup > go to the startup tab and look through the entries for adobe air and uncheck the box. While you are in there, you can uncheck any other program that you don't need to "startup" when windows starts up. The main players in startup are the anti-virus programs, wireless utilities etc. These you want to start. Hit apply and exit out. Reboot later, we have one more stop first.
Now go to control panel > administrator tools > services. Look through the services for Adobe air or something similar. double click on it and it will open a window where you can change the programs settings. You can disable, start, stop etc. If you find the air program here, click on the drop down list and select disable, click apply and ok. Now reboot and see if that clears it up.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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