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Which Files And Where?


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Is there a document which describes which files are installed and where during installation in Vista?

 

I'm thinking that my problems with installation (other threads) may be due to missing files. It's strange that the Roxio Labeller software works fine but the core products don't even launch!

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You might want to start by going to the control Panel and click on the option "add/remove programs". Then take a look at all of the programs that have been installed on your computer. If that doesn't tell you what you want to know, then windows Explorer, All Programs might help also.

 

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Sorry I should clarify that I wanted to check which Roxio files/folders might be missing and causing it not to launch.

 

My worst fear is that the something in the Registry is wiped or not installed and causing this issue. Clean Install is not helping and based on other threads my registry does not contain:

 

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{3E867EE6-00C0-40FA-95C0-C9CCB3BA7692}\InprocServer32 with "TempVector"

 

However, it does contain:

 

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\ARE\Roxio\\Certificates10\{8D337F77-BE7\InprocServer32 which has TempVector

 

Thanks.

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The absence of the key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{3E867EE6-00C0-40FA-95C0-C9CCB3BA7692} causes the core products in one version of EMC 10 to fail to launch when you click their icons. The other registry key [with the reference to Certificates10] is not connected to that problem.

 

When I could not make the Repairer for EMC 10 work in Vista, I was told to refer people [with the broken registry key due to using a registry cleaner] to Roxio support.

 

Please contact Roxio support if that is the problem you're having. If not, please stick with your other topic instead of starting fresh ones.

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