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VERITAS update manager problem...PLEASE HELP!!

Unread postby starkansaw » December 1st, 2007, 1:07 pm

everytime I turn on my computer a windows installer pops up and runs & then an error comes up saying that SGuard.msi is missing & has a browser & says to try another location. Well, it's a constant over and over deal that never stops. I have restored my computer to an earlier time thinking that might help but it didn't. I have searched the internet for a download or something for this "SGuard.msi" but no luck. It is through recordnow, but I never use that program & have never used recordnow. I tryed uninstalling recordnow but my screen went black & said a serious error has occured & my computer was ticking inside like aweful. It wouldn't stop so I had to turn off the computer with the power button & turned it back on, the computer started normal (except for the VERITAS update manager thing)

I have Windows XP sp2

I'm hopeing someone would be so kind & help me.
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Re: VERITAS update manager problem...PLEASE HELP!!

Unread postby Katana » December 4th, 2007, 8:15 am

I have responded to your original topic
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Re: VERITAS update manager problem...PLEASE HELP!!

Unread postby Gary R » December 4th, 2007, 12:05 pm

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