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When I installed my netzip program, the instllation wizard stated that there was a problem with moving and that there was some error: -150.  What happened??
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busuka earned 100 total points
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I think you have HDD problems. Check your HDDs with Scandisk. Also check how much
space left of disk with swap file right before installation. You can check size of
file \Windows\WIN386.SWP
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by:the_real_janus
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Thanks, But I found it out by myself twenty minutes after I asked it
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by:busuka
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May I ask, what was a problem ?
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