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MSMSGS.INF DefaultInstall DefaultInstall.IE BLC. Remove

MSMSGS.INF DefaultInstall DefaultInstall.IE BLC. Remove

MSMSGS.INF DefaultInstall DefaultInstall.IE BLC. Remove

Hi friends
I have some problems with my OS Win9x , when i try to install any new software like MSN Messenger,Winzip act.
the mesg came with a window..
"MSMSGS.INF DefaultInstall DefaultInstall.IE BLC. Remove> reason %1 is not a valid win32 application"
 I alreddy formated my Harddrive but the problem is still standing.
kindly tell me how can i solve that matter without (creat a new partition)
however my IE and other by default win9x software are running smoothly , just have a problem with installing new programs...
i 'll be very thankful to you
thanks in anticipation
mailto =kkamal786@hotmail.com, k6818845@yahoo.com

RE: MSMSGS.INF DefaultInstall DefaultInstall.IE BLC. Remove

Can it be that you are trying to install XP apps on a 95/98
machine ???


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