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Setup hangs on Student&Teacher 2003

Postby U3VtYWls » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 00:47:02 GMT

Everytime I try to install Student&Teacher from a CD the setup hangs at the 
point where it says ' Writing files to registry' (the blue bar is about three 
quarters along its space). I have tried this several times. I have Windows XP 
SP2 and Microsoft Works Suite 2001 already on my system including Word 2000 
SR1. When I cancel the setup, I have lost my old Word. There is also no way 
to uninstall the elements of S&T that have been loaded (including System 
Restore) except by re-installing my old Word 2000 SR1 which fortunately does 
then work again.   

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