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My installation keeps on failing sadly. My Net. Framework version is 4.5 and my DirectX version is up to date with roxio software. My PC also runs the program very well, as I've had it installed before.. I have tried lots of methods that have been posted on this forum. It tends to just say Net. framework 4.0 then says Installing Roxio Game Capture HD Pro. It then doesn't say anything else, so i have a feeling its the framework thingy. Help is greatly appreciated thanks. :D

 

 

Edit: I did a bit of looking in the log files myself and noticed it was reading all kinds of other net. framework versions except the 4.0, its reading 4.5 3.5 and 3 I believe, I think this may be a problem since it tries to download version 4.0 at the installation, if anyone has a link I can download 4.0 that would be great as I can't find one..

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Accessing Computer Management console in Windows 8 and 8.1

How do I access the Computer Management Console in Windows 8 and 8.1?

1. Move the mouse pointer to the extreme lower left corner and right click

2. Select Computer Management

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There was only a text file, here it is

 

What drive are you installing RGC to?

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If you find a fix to this, that would be amazing cdanteek, you are the only person who has gone this far to help me and I appreciate that man :)

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My default and only drive (os)C:/ AKA My default drive

 

Your install RGC Software to you C drive, yes or no please?

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I don't know what to tell you, obviously no one else knows what to tell you or they would have by now.

 

The server wording on your log files I've never seen before, don't know why your seeing that!

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The issue is YOUR PC/OS. The install works for the remaining 99.999% of us.

 

You can see about a refund...

 

You can try it on someone else's PC...

 

You can reformat or temporarily install a new HDD and try it there...

 

But I don't see anything beyond that. If CD or I did have an idea, we would offer it to you!

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