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What to do when it ask for amrt.msi?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mm, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. mm

    mm Flightless Bird

    What is amrt.msi?

    When I tried to install Eudora 7.1 on a new netbook with XP home, it
    said "THE FEATURE YOU ARE TRYING TO USE IS ON A NETWORK RESOURCE THAT
    IS UNAVAILABLE." Since I couldn't find amrt.msi, the only other
    choice was to cancel the install.

    I guess since Eudora is so unreliant on Windows, the install was
    complete anyhow, but I'd still like to know.

    I'm running Eudora 7.0.1 on my own XP, but I never installed it. I
    run it from the win98SE partition, which is accessible from winXP.
    And on a win2000 computer, I also never installed it. I just copied
    all the files from a flashdrive that was copied from win98SE. So I've
    never installed it before, except on win98.


    There were two web posts asking about this, unrelated to Eudora and
    both dealing with Windows 7. Anyone who answered didnt' know what it
    was, thought it might be a virus; but I just did a complete scan with
    CA Security Center on the HD, in the reconditioned ACER netbook my
    friend just bought from Comp-USA.


    Posted to an XP and the Eudora groups.
     

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