[access-uk] Re: System Mechanic 6 was Re: Re: Although I have unenstalled the program Download Express from my system there is still a folder with that name in Program files Can I unenstall it without causing myself problems?

I'm not sure what to suggest then, as perhaps a firewall you've installed may be preventing the setup programme being able to run properly. For example, if you use Zone Alarm, it might alert you that it's trying to access the internet, and thus prevents the programme from loading further. If this is the case, then I can't suggest anything else as I suspect that it would do it to most setup files you try to run. Sorry if I can't be of any help. Try disabling your firewall if you have one, and see if that works.

Alexander Shannon wrote:

Hi Chris and all,

Chris, There must be a security problem, as I seem to have been able to download it but when I try and run the setup files to install the program I am told that the files are corrupt. I'll have to try something else I think.

Maybe yourself, or someone else on this list could suggest something that may work with my set-up but do the same job. My set-up is Windows XP 2 with SP2 plus all latest updates and Jaws 7.10 with latest updates running on an acer laptop.
Alexander Shannon
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