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Paint Shop Pro Photo x2 won't launch

Hey, I'm Chris and I've been using paint shop pro photo x2 for about 6 months now, and all of a sudden, today it won't open. I haven't downloaded anything recently and when I click the icon, the hourglasses shows up for a few moments and then it disappears, and nothing happens. The program absolutely REFUSES to start- it gets to the hourglass but that soon disappears and nothing at all happens. I have tried changing compatibility but NONE of them work. There is no error message; it just ends before anything starts. I have also tried uninstalling and installing it; the new install will get to "7 seconds remaining" and then it freezes and NOTHING will get it to finish installing. VERY frustrating!! I do not own Norton 360 so that is not the problem.

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