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Lost File Widows Iinstaller/ Ca Security


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#1 keltyoz

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Posted 23 July 2007 - 12:57 AM

When my CA Security is startng up its keeps saying it can't find C:\temp\_is29\, my main drive is D.
It does install but I believe this file maybe something to do with it connecting to look for updates. but am not sure. I believe a recent Windows XP update may have deleted it as it did capf.msi, this one I have fixed but don't know how to fix this one its driving me nuts. I don't know if its Widows problem or CA I cannot find a forum in CA can anyone suggest anything in simple language please. Windows Installer keeps popping up and is trying to configure CA and says it can't find the network source it will allow me to update manually or at leasts it says it uptodate

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#2 annabackwards

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Posted 23 July 2007 - 01:39 AM

Have you tried uninstalling CA Security from your computer and then reinstalling?

It should replace all files and do the trick

Have a great one :thumbsup:

Edited by annabackwards, 23 July 2007 - 01:48 AM.

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