When asked what version of perl you are using, besides the version number, it would be helpful to know the flavour, like Cygwin, Strawberry, ActiveState, etc. Do any of these sound familiar to you? Its important to know this because then the other people who are using what you are using can help you better.
It would also be helpful to know what you have tried. For example, did you type one of the following:
to install modules? Or, perhaps, did you use a GUI?
You stated that you are getting some warnings. We would like to help you but can't unless you tell us what warnings you encountered.
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