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The problem you are having is with Vista and it's little quirks..
Vista for some reason doesn't register VBScript. What you have to do is first of all find where vbscript.dll is, It's usually in C:\Windows\System32. It changes dependant on your version.
Next you need to go to start -> accessories and the right click on command prompt and click "run as administrator", next type "cd C:\Windows\System32" (replace the dir if its different for you) and then type "regsvr32 vbscript.dll". It should then confirm that vbscript has been registered and everything should work. This will fix a few installs.
Let me know how this works.
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
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