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Error 1603 Version 3.5 Beta, Error 1610 Version 3.36


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I use Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Bit, 8GB Ram, Intel Dual Core Processors 3.20 GHz, NVidia 9800 GT Video Card 1 GB DDR3 Ram, SATA II 320 GB drive. I have been trying to install this program for over a week. This time I received the same error as before but, this time also in the configuration dialog box it said " The Configuration Data For This Program Is Corrupt". I downloaded the file again from your site and received the same error. I read a previous post saying to use a good Zip program to unzip the .exe file. I used WinZip and then got the same error and, then I used Extract Now. I received the same error with both zip programs. I have installed other programs with no ill effects. Could there be something wrong with the configuration portion of the downloaded file? If I try and reinstall the previous version 3.36 I get error 1610. Both dialog boxes say the same thing. I have since resolved any issues I may have had with this machine, I believe the problem lies elsewhere. How could so many people be having the same problem with your program? Not able to update or install. :evil:

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Please post a screenshot or the full text of the error message (including the title).

Unrelated, why do you have 8GB RAM in a 32-bit OS? You're only using less than 4GB of it. To take advantage of more than that, you need a 64-bit OS (or a Server edition of Windows).

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The reason for the 8 GB of Ram is because I was suppose to have gotten the 64 Bit version when I had this machine put together when Vista first came out. I guess that you can figure the rest? Before I could get over and pick up the machine, SHE had activated and registered this incorrect version of Windows Vista. Did save a small amount on Labor but all else sucked... :oops: Cannot post a screen shot not that fully developed with the know how. Anyway the screen just stays on long enough for you to read the error message and the program uninstalls itself.

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Your Vista license is good for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. You can legally download (or have media shipped) the 64-bit DVD, burn it, and install it. It'll have to be a clean install, though. You can't upgrade from 32-bit to 64.

Back on topic, have you looked through this thread? Especially the 2nd post: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=854

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Yes, I did go through all the post and suggested fixes and to no avail. I have read all post concerning the installation and setups. Well you may be able to tell I'm versed in computers somewhat but I didn't know about the download. It's been since the program first came out. The way my luck runs I would have to buy another license to register the 64 bit version? :oops:

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