Windows Installer Security Warning

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  1. Posts : 10
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       #11

    Bree: #3 in Callender's screenshot?? the only link I see in Callender's post (#3 post in the thread) is ABOVE the About Talking Alarm Clock screenshot, nothing below. That link is the one that takes you to Internet Archive site.

    Am I missing something here?
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       #12

    Forget that. It tries to download files from microsoft but fails and those files are only for older operating systems anyway.

    Windows Installer Security Warning-talking-alarm-clock-2.0-setup.jpg

    Try to install the missing files and.......


    Windows Installer Security Warning-ms-agent.jpg

    Look for another clock.
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       #13

    vev46 said:
    Seemed to go well (except that the "Microsoft Agent v. 2.0 or higher is not installed" & "Microsoft Agent characters are not installed")
    Microsoft Agent and the characters have been removed from the Microsoft servers and are no longer available. Again, the Wayback Machine may be able to help.

    https://web.archive.org/web/20100813...gent/main.aspx
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       #14

    I have not tried any of these:

    Windows Search: talking clock
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       #15

    Well I just tried this one (portable) and it seems to work.

    Download Talking Clock 1.3.1
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       #16

    The MS Agent is not installed in my W7 Talking Alarm Clock either, but the pgm works OK. Oh well, too bad, I wish I could run it in my new PC.
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       #17

    The only other thought I have is try:

    Change Compatibility Mode Settings for Apps in Windows 10

    Right click the executable then choose "properties" > "compatibility" and adjust to windows 7. Maybe also tick run as administrator. See if that works.
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