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    can't open files from school

    im working with mmf2 at school and decided to buy it so i could work on a project during the break, but when i try i get this error message;

    this application requires the following extensions:

    Randomizer object (kcrandom.mfx)

    Install these extensions and then click Retry

    I've done some research online and all i get is that i need to clean my registry. after running a free program that supposedly does so it still wont work.

    what am i doing wrong?

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    Your application is using an object that is installed on the school computer and not installed on the home computer.
    Goto the clickteam download center, and install the bonus packs : http://www.clickteam.com/website/world/download-centre-mmf2
    Once done, you will be able to load your application.

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