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installing coral wordperfect 8

by n paton / March 28, 2004 1:41 AM PST

computer has been taken back to start and I had the above before and tried to reinstall it with no sucess It is on a systemboard disc with auto instalation after trying to run d:\autorun mess says may not have permission or may be missing

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Re:installing coral wordperfect 8
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 28, 2004 1:55 AM PST

Right or wrong, that's a very dated version. No mention of what OS you were trying this on, so diagnosis is pretty much just a bad guess.

Can you use something like Open Office from http://www.openoffice.org ?

Bob

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Re:installing coral wordperfect 8
by Kees Bakker / March 28, 2004 4:57 AM PST

I don't understand 'systemboard disc'. However, if you once installed it from this disc, you should be able to do so after bringing back the machine to its initial state (I assume you used a restore CD or something like that?).

If the autorun doesn't work, try it manually. Assuming it's on a CD, keep shift pressed while inserting it to suppress autorun. Then look with Explorer if you can find something like setup.exe on it (that's the usual name). Or look in autorun.inf what that does run. It helps to set Explorer (Tools / Options) to show all file types (i.e. not to hide known file extensions) and set the view to detail.

If you get any unexpected errors, you migth try search at www.corel.com or www.google.com (Internet or groups) with (part of) the exact error message in quotes.

HTH,


Kees

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