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Posted on 2011-03-17
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Has anyone  come across an issue where you were unable to install anything on a PC (Windows, WISE and NSIS installers all don't work), downloaded archives have CRC errors (even if they downloaded on other machines and open on them with no problem), and however, all of the existing programs run with no issue? It seems like it might be a corrupt registry key somewhere.

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by:akhalighi
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looks like a virus infection . have you recently cleaned this machine from some viruses ?
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by:ahmad1467
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Yest I tryed Scannning for Virus Infections,try installing a registry cleaner but it says the source file is corrupt. Everytime I try to install it says the source file is corrupt, even if the same program runs on another computer with no problem.
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remixedcat earned 500 total points
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go to start>run>services.msc>windows installer> be sure this is enabled>set to manual

windows installer might have gotten corrupt as well.

Please try to run repair on it as well as system file checker

sfc /scannow

please report back with your findings
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by:dassey
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Don't forget start ) run ) msconfig and disable all startup programs. Check event logs for error messages as well
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by:ahmad1467
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Thanks for all your help but the computer died.
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