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#1 ghost3h

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Posted 06 September 2010 - 01:57 PM

hey, i recently had a virus on my computer that deleted a lot of files for proram. so i;ve been trying to repair most. However wen i go onto my documents or right click on desktop, i get a pop up saying '1: the installscript engine on this machine is older then the version required to run this setup. If avaliable, please install the latest version of ISScript.msi, or contact your support persanal for further assistance'

So i thought it was trying to resintall catalyst control centre, so i downloaded and installed it again, and it still happens, so am trying to uninstall it and it keeps poping up too.

I googled the issue and found this page http://consumerdocs.installshield.com/self...8&sliceId=1

I then downloaded and installed all version of it, and it still doesnt work.

Any ideas?

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 06:59 AM

hmm sum1 moved from audio and video, but any1 got any solutions?]

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Posted 08 September 2010 - 11:47 AM

Your link doesn't work.

Try using the System File Checker.


Using sfc with the scannow option will scan and repair important Windows files.

Go to Start> Run and type in sfc /scannow and then click on OK.

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