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"The following files did not self register or unregister"

by Fking1 / March 4, 2007 11:52 PM PST

I get this error when i try to install a program (videocharge) and it lists bunch of .dll files whcih are unable to register or unregister all in the install folder of the program.

Their support said that it should be windows related problem so im asking here.

p.s.
i've tried to install the same program using another admin account
which i deleted later ( the admin account) can this be the reason?
and if yes how to fix it?

thanks!

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Found sex links at their website. BIG CLUE!!!
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 5, 2007 12:19 AM PST

www.videocharge.com/links.html finds web banners to sex sites.

That's not a good sign. Frankly it's time to look elsewhere.

Bob

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wow
by Fking1 / March 5, 2007 12:25 AM PST

wow Happy
i dont really care, this is some great piece of software
i've looked but never found better software for my needs
so lets try to fix the problem? Happy

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