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Rotowire Interference


Cameron Frye

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I downloaded EMC10 and am trying to install the software. After the software extracts, a window appears and it asks me to insert the disc.

 

I hit "cancel" and it says:

 

Cannot find file 'C\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads\RotowireFootballSoftware.CAB' Please insert Disk."

 

I do not have Rotowire software installed on my system and have not had it installed for a while.

 

I have downloaded the software twice, so I do not think it is a corrupted download problem.

 

Why is this happening?

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I downloaded EMC10 and am trying to install the software. After the software extracts, a window appears and it asks me to insert the disc.

 

I hit "cancel" and it says:

 

Cannot find file 'C\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads\RotowireFootballSoftware.CAB' Please insert Disk."

 

I do not have Rotowire software installed on my system and have not had it installed for a while.

 

I have downloaded the software twice, so I do not think it is a corrupted download problem.

 

Why is this happening?

 

You still have remnants of Rotowire installed on your system and they are interfering/corrupting the EMC 10 install.

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You still have remnants of Rotowire installed on your system and they are interfering/corrupting the EMC 10 install.

 

Thanks. The problem is that I no longer have the software from Rotowire and I need to figure out how to find the remnants that are corrupting the install.

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Thanks. The problem is that I no longer have the software from Rotowire and I need to figure out how to find the remnants that are corrupting the install.

 

Click on Start/Search, and try typing in Rotowire. It is more than likely an .exe file residing in a temp folder, somewhere.

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Click on Start/Search, and try typing in Rotowire. It is more than likely an .exe file residing in a temp folder, somewhere.

 

I uninstalled the application. I removed the remnant folder from the Program Files folder. I did a search on rotowire and removed any file that contained the word rotowire. I went into regedit and removed and registry entry that pertained to rotowire.

 

Still the problem persists.

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Thanks. The problem is that I no longer have the software from Rotowire and I need to figure out how to find the remnants that are corrupting the install.

I use CCleaner to identify and remove remnants that are left after un-installing a program. It is free and can be downloaded here. However one caution, do not blindly accept the recommendations it comes up with, like any registry cleaner it can do more damage than good. What I do is un-check all the recommended "fixes", then go through the list and identify those that points to the application I have just un-installed and "fix" only those.

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