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I was told to look in start up allprograms for teamviewer but it wasn't there also check my computer program files it wasn't there either so if i could i would like to get it installed

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Hi,

Kindly let me know whether you have installed TeamViewer or you were just running the TeamViewer program without installing.

TeamViewer program has two options:

(i)Install &

(ii)Run ( program can be used without installing)

Assuming that you have installed TeamViewer and using Windows XP operating system, to bring the Teamviewer icon on the desktop:

1) Click on Start button, then All Programs> TeamViewer > right-click on TeamViewer 5 and select "Send to Desktop" from the menu.

2) Alternately, open "My Computer", then C:\Program Files> TeamViewer > Version 5> right-click on TeamViewer.exe and select "Send to Desktop" from the menu.

If you have not installed the TeamViewer program and were using "Run" option, you will have to re-install the program.

Hope this solves your problem. Thanks for using FixYa

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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