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That's a message from your computer's operating system, possibly because the viewer you are trying to install was damaged.  I suggest removing all traces of that viewer from your machine and downloading/installing a fresh copy.  The removal process, called a "Clean Install", involves locating and deleting hidden files as well as the obvious ones in your Programs directory.  It is described here >>>

 

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When you ask a technical question include information about your computer and viewer. Windows version? Mac version?

Check that your system will run SL. See System Requirements.

If you are updating your viewer, restart the computer then try again. When a viewer shuts down it often silently crashes. In such a case you may still have parts of the viewer that are still in use and cannot be replaced by a new install.

Wiinmm.dll has to do with Windows joystick and multi-media API's. I doubt it is part of the SL install, but I am not certain. A computer restart may be the best step in getting your install to work.

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