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Control Panel option: Start > Control Panel > Internet Options > Advanced tab > go to Step 1 (below)
Browser option: Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > go to Step 1 (below)
Step 1: Check the box next to "Allow software to run or to install even if signature is invalid"
Step 2: Click on the "OK" button to close.
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