Windows 7 installation of Coreldraw X5 issue …

Replied on March 8, Hi, What is the exact and complete error message? Step 1: Try running the setup file with administrative privileges.
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How to install Corel Draw X5

Permalink Reply by Butch on December 29, at 5: Go to Microsoft search for msi download for XP. Follow download instuctions you should be good to go. Sometimes when a virus invades your machine it will attach itself to this file.

Your virus software will then remove the file thinking it is the virus. I found a bunch of posts addressing that very same subject. I also found a good amount complaining about Windows installing something “odd” with one of it’s automatic updates. There’s a fix on the MS site somewhere???? I don’t know for sure, but am I correct in assuming that the installer in Windows 7 is a totally revamped system?

I’m curious because I really can’t find any reference to this issue in connection with the newer operating systems. Just upgraded with no problems. Had to do a restore. Glad I do restore points. Reply Permalink Reply by Dawn on December 30, at 2: I ended taking my issue to my computer guy when I read the suggestions to check for a missing Microsoft file. This is an area I was not sure how to resolve so I called my computer guy to help me figure out how to fix this.

What actually ended up causing my issue was a corrupted file that was copied to my computer when I first attempted to install. Could have been because of my anti-virus?! What was explained to me is that when software goes to install it copies files to the registry. Since mine ended up having a corrupted file installed it continually presented me with the same issue time and time again. We used an article at this link http: There is a broken link at the bottom for the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility that we used to fix my issue.

You can search Google and find other avenues to download the Clean-up Utility. I have found him to be a very trustworthy person. Bill Follansbee, Brimstone PC, , www. I do value the community of support that we can provide each other.

I saw your post on Tom’s Wilcom forum so I know you’ve been battling this for awhile. The only added information I can provide is for folks using Vista or Windows Corel warns against using that CleanUp utility on one of their support pages I was browsing through for you yesterday. I guess it’s just for older OS systems like XP.

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Every time I try to install CorelDRAW x5 I receive the following message “Your system has not been modified. To complete Security/Secure-cleaning/ 7 months ago. {81aca .} hresult:0xf. can you help me? i use lenovo b, 2GB ram, windows 7 bit, core 2 duo. *i’m sorry, ican’t speak english. If this or something else helps you install X5 then immediatley download CorelDRAW Graphics I have fully updated my Win7, I installed the latest version of.

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