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I have TurboTax '99 and a win98 box.  When I go through installation, it installs all the components, but at the very end it says that the installation has failed.  It gives a few tips like running disk optimizing software, deleting the temp contents, or checking for disk space, but none of those appear to be the problem.  Any hints would be appreciated.

P.S. It's an IBM Aptiva, and it more than well meets the requirements for installation.
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Install Turbo tax from the hard drive instead of the CD.  To do that go to this web site for instructions.

http://www.intuit.com/support/turbotax/faqs/ty99/win/1434.html

This or one of the associated links will resolve your problem..  Good Luck
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