Could not access network location /hewlett-packard//.

when i try to install VueMinder_Pro_Setup_8.0.1 on my brand new HP omni 120 AIO PC i get this message "could not access network location /hewlett-packard//." Can anybody help me with this problem pls thx.

Hello Turkseunie:
           Wow new computer. I hope you enjoy it. What this message is telling is it is not picking up any signals from your router. Do you have any freinds that could help you set up your wireless router? In USA some wireless routers need to press a botton to connect the computers. Others might need a security code to connect to wireless routers provided by your Internet provider. Try moving the computer closer to wireless router. Then try it again.
       If you do not have any close by nieghbors could help you. Than please call your internet service they will help you for sure eighter by comming to your house or by phone. Here where I live we had to call the Internet provider as we connected to the wireless router. To allow our computers to connect.
       Your software insulation was a success it is working just fine. All need is to be able to pick up your signal that's all.
Your help and support it located in your all programs list on right hand side. Click on it. When it opens type in setting up network or trouble   shooting network . Answers are provided . You are welcome.

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