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Attempting to install GPS USA

I installed it and it installed fine, but then when I try to run it, The startup screen comes up and then I get an error with the option to send Microsoft an error report.  I can't even get the program to run.
I have Windows XP with a computer that's only 1 year old, it meets all the requirements.  What's wrong?

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    I have the same problem, will not startup.

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I think the probleme is with ur gps usa package.Either It may be a corrupted one or there is certain installation probleme.
So 1st uninstall it and then reinstall it.
If ur probleme is not solved after reinstalling,then downlod another copy of gps usa from the below link

http://www.mininova.org/get/1118820

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