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Missing Teamviewer EXE

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I downloaded Teamviwer to my Windows 7 computer, but when I try to exicute it the Teamviewer.exe is missing from the Teamviwer directory in 64bit prgram files. Does anyone know why it would be missing?
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by:amitpandey9427
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it,s not properly downloaded . Download it again
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by:rindi
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It's a 32bit app, so look inside "C:\Program Files(x86)\". If it isn't there either, you probably didn't install it, but rather just downloaded it, or you got the standalone version that runs without having to install it. Then it probably is in the default download location.
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by:rjackmanwyn
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I did do the install from the download and I said to do an install. I looked in the C:\Program Files(x86) and everthing looks OK, but there is not a exicutibel for Teamviwer.
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by:rindi
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There's a folder \TeamViewer, and then a subdir \Version5, and within that a file "Teamviewer.exe".

But why are you navigating to there, you should also have "TeamViewer5" shortcut when you use start, All Programs.
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by:rjackmanwyn
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I do have a shortcut and that is where it says the exe is missing. I did look in the \Version5 folder and the exe is missing. I also trid to unistall it and all the settings, but still no exe.
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by:rindi
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Then it didn't install properly, try again.
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by:rjackmanwyn
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Sorry rindi, but 3rd time no good.
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Check your AV tool, it might be thinking this is a virus and quarantining it.
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That was it. Thank You
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