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Update manager on startup appears. reads error :feature youare trying to use is on a network that is unavailable. enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package `ISUS`.msi`in the box below. C|\DOCUME`1\OWNER\locals`1\temp/pft30.1 don't see folder. how to fix. Please help. gdaddy65@bellsouth.net Thank you''

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  • gdaddy65 Mar 08, 2008

    well the orig problem still exists. restored computer three times but update manager error still comes up. also i can not remove program spywarebot msg still reads feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable. Isus.msi. C:\docume`1\owner\locals`1\temp\pft30.1. please help"""

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Hello,
Guess some process is running in backgroud.. end it and enter the destination folder and delete the files!!

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Hello

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 08, 2008

    try to reinstall the OS and check it out

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This seems to be result of an interrupted software setup. you should do system restore to s\a date before having the problem.

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    Ginko Mar 08, 2008

    go to start button/all programs/acessories/system tools/system restore. Do system restore to a date before having this troubles.

    Let me know if you need further help



    regards

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    Ginko Mar 08, 2008

    Well, I can see my solution is refused already. You can get support from other experts.

    Many thanks

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    Ginko Mar 08, 2008

    PS. Solution to your problem is very easy, they should get there.

    Good luck

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