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elamints on win xp - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I am having a problem installing photoshop eliments. Had no problem on my old win98 machine(now dead) but when i tried to install on new machine with win xp, won,t install and gives an error 106. is there anything i can do? Thanks Tom E....

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    Default elamints on win xp

    I am having a problem installing photoshop eliments. Had no problem on my old win98 machine(now dead) but when i tried to install on new machine with win xp, won,t install and gives an error 106. is there anything i can do?
    Thanks
    Tom E.
    Tom Eubanks Guest

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    Tom, have you made sure that any anti virus software and/or firewall kinds of stuff have been disabled? Also remember that if you're using XP Pro you have to have administrative rights in order to be able to install. (You didn't say which version of XP you were running.) And, did you happen to do a Google search to see what error code 106 is on XP? That might provide some clues. Good luck!
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Beth Haney wrote:
    > Tom, have you made sure that any anti virus software and/or firewall
    > kinds of stuff have been disabled? Also remember that if you're using
    > XP Pro you have to have administrative rights in order to be able to
    > install. (You didn't say which version of XP you were running.) And,
    > did you happen to do a Google search to see what error code 106 is on
    > XP? That might provide some clues. Good luck!
    More on Error 106:

    [url]http://www.annoyances.org/exec/forum/winxp/r1032146990[/url]

    1. you may have two installations running at the same time, or the
    installation program
    is attempting to start a second time during the install process.

    2. your computer may be out of hard drive space.

    3. you may have too many files in your TEMP directory.

    4. the CD, downloaded file, floppy disk, or other media you are using to
    install
    the program may be corrupt or damaged.

    5. you may have an older version of the program installed on the
    computer with file
    permissions set so the new version can't update it. In that case, you
    can try uninstalling
    the older version first, then installing the newer version.

    6. you may need to have administrative rights to install the program.

    7. check for updated installation files from the Internet.

    8. disable Auto-Insert Notification in CD-ROM Properties.
    Restart your computer. Re-Start the installation process by clicking on
    the Windows
    Start Button and then Run. In the open box, type D:\setup.exe

    Q


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