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Creator 2010 Sp2 Patch Install Issue Cannot Delete Target File Raxio Central5\ Rcengine4.dll

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Hi,

 

trsing to install SP to Creator 2010 and I get this error.

 

Creator 10 Sp2 Patch install issue cannot delete target file Program files Roxio 2010\\Roxio Central5\ RCEngine4.dll​

 

I'm running Windows 10 pro, is this the cause as programmed worked okay on Windows 7.

 

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

Phil

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Hello Phil,

 

Did you use this method -

-Install Creator 2010 and restart Windows

-install SP1 and then restart Windows

-install SP2 and then restart Windows ??

 

I did it that way, and got both Service Packs in without fuss.

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I checked RCEngine4.dll before and after SP1, and it didn't have any unusual attribute such as Hidden or Read Only applied. Is that the same with the file your SP couldn't delete?

 

I suggest you try installing SP2 again, if you were successful with SP1.

 

Regards,

Brendon

 

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Hi Brendon, thanks for reply post.

 

Ah I didn't instal SP1, now where can on eget that now, USb external HD are goo duntil they get corrupted, although only certain files I cannot get off it and of coruse it is this one.

 

Roxio Software update page has Sp1 details but no link to download it. Not sure why.

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/support/c2010/software_updates.html

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Have to contact them I​ guess.

 

Cheers

Phil​

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I don't know if anyone presently in the company might have a copy of SP1 - staff has changed to much since then.

 

RoxioCreator2010SP1.zip

 

Try my one :)

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Hi Brendon, sorry for late reply.

 

Many thanks for that, that fixed issue.

 

What one needs to do with 2010 version to get it to run in Windows 10, is use Windows Compabaility option and make it run as as Windows 7, gather you'd know this.

 

Cheers

Phil

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Many thanks for that, that fixed issue.

 

What one needs to do with 2010 version to get it to run in Windows 10, is use Windows Compabaility option and make it run as as Windows 7, gather you'd know this.

 

 

Beaut! Too easy, Mate. Thanks for posting back.

 

I did it without using the compatibility option, but it's nice to know it will run under compatibility too.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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