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Install ACT 2000! Error

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I tried installing the ACT program but I got the following error message "Package for the Web Error. Corrupt cabinet file". What do I have to do to do the installation? I have XP Pro.
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Jeff Rodgers earned 20 total points
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Contact the software provider... the installation files are corrupt.  Essentially a cabinet file is compressed folder which contains all of the files required to install software.  A corrupt cab file will not allow the software to install properly if at all.

Contact ACT and arrange to redownload the software.

Good Luck

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