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Old 06-26-2004, 06:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Error Message using InCD 4

1. I have Windows ME,InCD Version 4054, and I just formatted a cd-rw disk. I then downloaded a program(setup.exe file) from the internet directly to the cd-rw disk but when I tried to install it I got this error message:
(exe is not a valid Win 32 application).

After the download is complete the icon on the cd-rw disk looks weird it looks like a ie browser web page. The thing is if I restart my pc and pop in the cd-rw disk it works, the icon looks normal and it will install. I should not have to restart my pc every time I download a program onto my cd-rw disk. That's not the way it should be there's something wrong somewhere!

I have tried this with several different downloads and I still get the exact same error message. Has anyone else run into this problem?

2. Is it possible for me to update to InCD Version 4291?

Thank you:
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