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MSDN cannot launch: "MS.MSDNQTR.v90.en is invalid":

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I've installed the MSDN lib that come with VS2008 DVD. But when i launch it, it sad that:

"Microsoft Document Explorer cannot be shown because the specified help collection ms-help://ms.msdnqtr.v90.en' is invalid"

I have removed and reinstalled but nothing works :(

PS: i'm using windows xp sp3
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by:Gautham Janardhan
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what version of document explorer have u installed ? is it 2008 ?
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I have Document Explorer 2008.
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tried  reinstalling the document explorer ? i think reinstalling that shud fix it. re installing VS wont un install document explorer. u will have to do that manually from control panel
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