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If you just want to copy the program and not install it, do this.

op the cd. choose everything and rightclick + copy.
then go to the destination folder a rightclick + paste.

Hope I helped you problem.
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Posted on May 18, 2008

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This suggests to me, that you may have had the computer a long time.

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A) Unnecessary files,
B) Fragmented files,
C) Unused programs, and applications,
D) Plus frequently defragment the harddrive.

A, and B.
The best method is to use a Registry Cleaner. I recommend a Free one.

Why?
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CCleaner.

This is Wikipedia, and the article on Ccleaner,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ccleaner

The home page for Ccleaner is on the upper right, underneath the illustration.

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With Windows running, Left-click on Start, then Left-click on My Computer.
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Don't see this? It could be the type of View you are using.
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