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Unwanted launching of application

Everytime I launch any application, the said application is interrupted by windows installer trying to configure/instal Microsoft Project Prof 2003. It becomes very annoying. Pls help anyone. Thanks!

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  • marlo caleda Nov 28, 2007

    Thank you mrunal3, to answer your first question: Yes the MS Project Pro 2k3 was installed and never was uninstalled. For the 2nd question, yes I still have the media. Thanks, Longgan.

  • marlo caleda Nov 28, 2007

    Many thanks to you mrunal3, I do hope your recommended fix will work. I will surely try as you have suggested after this. I will send you feedback immediately after. Again, thank you very much. Longgan

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At anytime, was MS Project Pro 2K3 installed? If so, has it been uninstalled?

Do you still have the media for this application?

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

  • Mrunal Mody Nov 28, 2007

    The fix is to insert the media in the CD/DVD drive. Then you should be given a set of options. Select Remove. This will uninstall the software.

    Then reboot the computer. After doing so, re-install the software. When installing the software, select Custom instead of Standard. Then left-click on the application and select This component and all components will be installed on the hard drive. This will change the color from grey to white.


    Hope this helps :) Kindly leave a rating. Thanks.

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