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XP SP3 The System Adminastrator Has Set Policies To Prevent This Installation


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Posted 13 May 2009 - 07:34 PM

I get this every time I'm trying to reinstall Microsoft Streets & Trips 2007. I know I have uninstalled the program improperly by mistake and why I'm getting the pesky window stopping the reinstall. I had the program installed requiring the original disk in the drive to run the program. I got tired of having to do that so tried reinstalling the full program on my hard disk and did a reinstall but ended up somehow messing up files in the registry associated with this program.

I'm not afraid to troubleshoot the registry if someone can give me direct paths to make changes. I have resolved many other issues this way in the past. I just need good advice from a more experienced Jedi.

I also did a test with properly uninstalling Microsoft Works and then did a reinstall and that went in without a hitch. I really believe this issue is isolated just with the Microsoft Streets & Trips program. Any help with this issue greatly appreciated. I will check responses every 24 hours and reply.

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Edited by boopme, 13 May 2009 - 08:21 PM.
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