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Photo explosion deluxe will not install

I get a Message Runtime Error. (programC:/windows/\system3\Msi.Exec.exe)

Application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library incorrectly. please contact the applications support team for more info. They have not responded to my email. I have a new Sony desktopVGC LT15E with 320gb hard and 2 gb ram. Vista Home Premium. The productsays it is for windows 200, xp, or vista, but I think vista is the problem as usual.

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  • gfdawson Apr 01, 2008

    Sorry it did not work. I found that the program just does not work with Vista--despite their little note on the box saying that it does.

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Install the InstallShield InstallScript engine. To do this, you will need to click on the following link to download the IsScript.zip file:
http://support.installshield.com/kb/files/Q107094/IsScript.zip
When prompted to Run or Save the file, select the Save option and select a location to save it, such as your desktop. After the file has completed the download, double-click on the file to open it. Extract the IsScript.msi file to a location, such as your desktop. Once that is extracted, double-click on that file to run the IsScript installation. After this installation has been performed, reboot your computer and try to install the software again.

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