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Googleearth installation error on XP,

When i try to install googleearth 4.02, on my xp pc i get error saying there is no googleearth.msi file, and it refuses to install.

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  • janasjunk Feb 19, 2009

    Same here... Whenever I try to uninstall Google Earth, it says it can't find googleearth.msi. I've done a search but it doesn't show up.

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Try re-downloading it. If it still doesnt work then call microsoft support. Thats all you really can do...

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