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Unable to launch setup,CD installation problem

Whenever I try to install any software an error message appears displaying E;/.Setup. Directory not valid or displaying "Unable to launch Setup Wizard"

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    Whenever I double click the installation file, it just blinks and does not start.

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    the game does not launches fully

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Hi , please try to change the path while installing the s/w to any other drive for example c:\, e:\ etc

Posted on May 24, 2008

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1. When the error appears try to redirect the wizzard to the directory of your CD ROM and locate the file.

2. If you have back up copy of your xp cd use it to replace the xp cd you are installing when the error appears.

3. If you have a copy of your xp installer on your hard disk re direct the wizzard to that directory.



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