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I installed Wamp server (2.1 e-x32) on my computer, but in the middle of configuring MySQL, I entered the wrong data and I couldn't delete with standard commands (like delete or backspace).

However, I closed the configuration window and uninstalled all programs, but now the computer does not allow me to reinstall all programs.

When I start installation with "RUN" it shows the message

The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is inncorect

Does anyone know what this is all about?

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Where did you enter what wrong data and why couldn't you delete it? You can try to remove traces of the previous installation with Revo Uninstaller and see where that gets you. – slhck Jun 7 '11 at 23:15

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