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Roxio Cineplayer Decoder Pack?

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Whenever I use Windows Media Player to watch DVDs, listen to CDs, open mpegs, etc., I get this message:

 

"Please wait while Windows configures Roxio CinePlayer Decoder Pack"

 

If I wait through the "configure", it ends up with this message: "An installation package for the product Roxio CinePlayer Decoder Pack cannot be found. Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package 'CPDP.msi'."

 

What is this and how do I get it to stop?

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What is the full name of the Roxio software that you have?

 

Check out this post to see if there's anything that might help.

 

There are other posts that involved "'CPDP". Do a search on that word in this forum.

Edited by malatekid

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I installed Picasa 3.

The moment I start the program I have the same scenario - until I close Picasa. I have Creator 2009 - getting rid of it for Picasa is obviously not an option.

I tried to browse to the install file on the CD, but the Windows installer which is popping up rejects it as not a valid installer. (CPDP.msi if I recall correctly).

Practically can not use Picase - that would be important for a project... Although this may be Picasa's fault, maybe you would have a tip...

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I installed Picasa 3.

The moment I start the program I have the same scenario - until I close Picasa. I have Creator 2009 - getting rid of it for Picasa is obviously not an option.

I tried to browse to the install file on the CD, but the Windows installer which is popping up rejects it as not a valid installer. (CPDP.msi if I recall correctly).

Practically can not use Picase - that would be important for a project... Although this may be Picasa's fault, maybe you would have a tip...

 

I have read the posts on the CPDP search. There was an euphoria after people found the file. I am puzzled because that file is rejected, but now I double clicked on it, and made a "repair" install. No change, Picasa still brings up the stubborn window.

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I have read the posts on the CPDP search. There was an euphoria after people found the file. I am puzzled because that file is rejected, but now I double clicked on it, and made a "repair" install. No change, Picasa still brings up the stubborn window.

 

So it's almost a year later, and no solution has been posted for this? I'm having the same problem. I have Roxio Creator 2009, and whenever I start Picasa, I keep getting dialogs saying "Please wait while Windows configures Roxio Cineplayer". At some point it does say something about an .msi file. In any case, what can be done about this? Anyone??

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So it's almost a year later, and no solution has been posted for this? I'm having the same problem. I have Roxio Creator 2009, and whenever I start Picasa, I keep getting dialogs saying "Please wait while Windows configures Roxio Cineplayer". At some point it does say something about an .msi file. In any case, what can be done about this? Anyone??

 

Have you tried asking Picasa why Picasa calls the CinePlayer Installer?

 

Download the Microsoft Installer Clean-Up Utility and see if the CinePlayer is listed. Delete it from the list. Reinstall from the download or disc.

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Have you tried asking Picasa why Picasa calls the CinePlayer Installer?

 

Download the Microsoft Installer Clean-Up Utility and see if the CinePlayer is listed. Delete it from the list. Reinstall from the download or disc.

 

Thanks, I'll try that. Yes, I've asked Picasa (Google) as well. As someone earlier said, we know it's likely a Picasa problem, but thought people here might know a solution.

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Thanks, I'll try that. Yes, I've asked Picasa (Google) as well. As someone earlier said, we know it's likely a Picasa problem, but thought people here might know a solution.

 

If you have installation disc or files for Roxio Creator 2009, when prompted by windows installer, simply point to the "\CPDECODERPACK_431" or "\CINEPLAYER_5X" whichever applicable.

Edited by firenhancer

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Problems with CPDP, if you are running the software from something like, "X16-32007". You need to extract the information from it to a fill on your hard drive. Then run the setup from there and it will put all of the neccessary files in its place and run the software properly. To extract the files use WinARA, you can find free version online.

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Problems with CPDP, if you are running the software from something like, "X16-32007". You need to extract the information from it to a fill on your hard drive. Then run the setup from there and it will put all of the neccessary files in its place and run the software properly. To extract the files use WinARA, you can find free version online.

 

You realize that you are replying to a 1 1/2 year old post where the OP didn't come back?

 

What is x16-32007 ?

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Whenever I use Windows Media Player to watch DVDs, listen to CDs, open mpegs, etc., I get this message:

 

"Please wait while Windows configures Roxio CinePlayer Decoder Pack"

 

If I wait through the "configure", it ends up with this message: "An installation package for the product Roxio CinePlayer Decoder Pack cannot be found. Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package 'CPDP.msi'."

 

What is this and how do I get it to stop?

 

 

Just remove the terribly designed Cine Player. Problem gone.

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Just remove the terribly designed Cine Player. Problem gone.

 

Besides responding to a long dead post, the poster was not even using Cineplayer but Windows Media Player.

 

Besides, Cineplayer works just fine

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Ain't it strange how two complete newbies with one post each both hit on a moribund thread - school holidays must be still in full swing ;)

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