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Installation 1603 Error -- PLEASE HELP


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Hello Titanium, welcome to the forum.

The 1603 error is well known - so you are not alone!

Start by reading through this thread: http://forums.getpai...uble-read-this/

After you have read it all, have another look at post #8 and see if that helps.

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Don't worry about the thread title boltbait.wink.png I think that "Installation 1603 error" is more than adequate as a descriptive title.

I mentioned post #8 because in that post Rick linked to the possible solution. Here's the direct link: http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/18931-fatal-installation-error-1603-fix/

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Don't worry about the thread title boltbait.wink.png I think that "Installation 1603 error" is more than adequate as a descriptive title.

I mentioned post #8 because in that post Rick linked to the possible solution. Here's the direct link: http://forums.getpai...error-1603-fix/

The link to MediaFire was broken. And I don't know how to tell if my systeminstaller.exe is corrupted. [From link you gave me], how could I? Thanks for all the help, guys. I means a lot. I was so disappointed when it consistently wouldn't download, and I know you guys will be able to help me.

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There are many ways to skin a cat. Try Google or Bing + "TrustedInstaller.exe" ;)

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If you think your system files are corrupt, DO NOT DOWNLOAD THEM FROM THE INTERNET. That's just about the worst possible thing you could do.

Open an administrator command prompt and run "sfc /SCANNOW". It will find and automatically fix corrupt or hacked system files. It's part of Windows. And install Microsoft Security Essentials while you're at it, it's free.

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If you think your system files are corrupt, DO NOT DOWNLOAD THEM FROM THE INTERNET. That's just about the worst possible thing you could do.

Open an administrator command prompt and run "sfc /SCANNOW". It will find and automatically fix corrupt or hacked system files. It's part of Windows. And install Microsoft Security Essentials while you're at it, it's free.

Ok, I typed "sfc /SCANNOW" in my start search-thing, and a block box [command prompt] appeared for like .5 seconds, and went away. So I just now download Microsoft Security Essentials and I should be fine to download Paint.NET?

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