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maimax_s

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I'm trying ti install mediaportal, but when the program installs the microsoft visual c++ 2005 redistributable automatically, my windows xp through this sentence:
"This aplication is not a valid aplication for win32".

Please, could somebody help me???

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geov

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    Try downloading "Microsoft visual c++ 2005 SP1" manually an installing it before running the MediaPortal installation......perhaps the auto download was corrupted..
     

    maimax_s

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    I' ve tried it! But I have the same problem! And I don't Know what to do?

    Please help!

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