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Photos on a Fujifilm CD

Says "Powered by Microsoft Picture It! Express 2000 on the CD envelope. I am unable to get it to install, open the photos; and I used to Have Picture It on this computer, but now I get a message stating that since I have not "signed in with MS for over 135 days I cannot access it!" Researching shows me MS has discontinued it. (We used to have a DSL connection, and now have a Comcast Cable connection-But we Had Ms Picture It before we even had the DSL connection!) What else can I do?

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Try to change the directory.Don'T install in program files...Simply create new folder and install it!

Let me know if u got help!

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