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Won't install i have windows 2000 and i have the correct CD to install...it simply won't install...at first, it gave a message about something being less than 1% and a download fix, which i did...when i tried again, the same thing happened...HELP! thanks...shawn wilson dorothytoto1956@aol.com 615-512-9273

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Did you get a message saying:
A '%1 Is Not a Valid Win32 Application' Error Displays in Windows XP During Installation...?

If then try th esteps mentioned in the link bellow:
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If you are unable to find a solution to the installation issue given the above information, please try the following suggestions. After each suggestion, try running the installation program again.
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