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Old 01-04-2007, 03:46 AM   #1
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I now the pub is for rest and recreation, so I shouldn't be bringing general annoyances here to spoil the peace. But I'm asking you to put down your pints, stop the game of dominos, and help if you can!

Every time I right click on any file or folder in Explorer, the Windows installer launches and tries to install Contribute 3 (which is already installed).

The only untoward change to the system recently was this morning, when I absentmindedly OKed a "download a new version" mesage in the browser - which was either for Flash or Flashpaper, I don't remember. Doh.

Google hasn't turned up anything, so I wonder if any of you have a clue what it might be? I've uninstalled the Adobe flash player, but flashpaper isn't listed for uninstall.
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