Allways restart when install.


I have wrote a program and used the 'Package and Deployment Wizard' to create a setup program. Now when I want to install my program he first say: "Count not found the fill C:\Documents and Settings\Philippe\Local Settings\Temp\msftqws.pdw\ST6UNST.exe". I have manually past the fill in that directory and it works.
The real problem is that he say he must restart because some files are out of date. I let restart him but when he is restarted and I start the installation program he gives me the same error and ask to restart. The file he refuses to "register" is shlwapi.dll.
This file exist already on the PC but he has the version 6.0.2880.1552 instand of 6.0.2900.2180.

What must I do so the computer don't ask to restart?
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dwphilippeAuthor Commented:
This is not my problem. I have made the setup program with a WinXP PC and install it on a Win2000.
Shiju SasidharanAssoc Project ManagerCommented:
try this

while creating package using 'Package and Deployment Wizard'
change destination directories of those dlls which are having problems to Application Path rather than System Directory


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