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I have vista 32 and when I installed my suite 10, message read that install was complete and press finish. That was all fine and dandy until I went in search of the file to open it. There was no icon on the desktop. No file in program files, no file in documents, none in temps, not even in control panel as I went to try to uninstall and reinstall. But everytime I run install CD it says that is complete and installed. Help me I am so frustrated.

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I have vista 32 and when I installed my suite 10, message read that install was complete and press finish. That was all fine and dandy until I went in search of the file to open it. There was no icon on the desktop. No file in program files, no file in documents, none in temps, not even in control panel as I went to try to uninstall and reinstall. But everytime I run install CD it says that is complete and installed. Help me I am so frustrated.

Should be right in the c/program/roxio... location:

 

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Have you done a clean install when you "uninstall and reinstall?"

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Should be right in the c/program/roxio... location:

 

 

 

Have you done a clean install when you "uninstall and reinstall?"

 

Off topic, but your attachment reminds me how much I hate to have to do things on my wife's Vista laptop. All of those goofy looking folders makes it hard to find the folder that you are looking for.

 

And, you can try to change views, but none of them have anything palatable. :(:)

 

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Off topic, but your attachment reminds me how much I hate to have to do things on my wife's Vista laptop. All of those goofy looking folders makes it hard to find the folder that you are looking for.

 

And, you can try to change views, but none of them have anything palatable. :(:)

Trouble is, if your not a pc guy/gal -- and I'm not, you basically get what is being sold at the time you're in the market. I think Dell still lets you get xp, but I'm pretty sure most other vendors -- definitely hp -- are pre-bundled w/Vista.

 

I did, though make sure I got my daughter a 32 bit set up, and avoided the push for the 64 bit .... ;)

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Trouble is, if your not a pc guy/gal -- and I'm not, you basically get what is being sold at the time you're in the market. I think Dell still lets you get xp, but I'm pretty sure most other vendors -- definitely hp -- are pre-bundled w/Vista.

 

I did, though make sure I got my daughter a 32 bit set up, and avoided the push for the 64 bit .... ;)

 

Hehehe. Even if you a PC guy/gal, you can't always get what you want, when buying from HP. I actually got the computer, for her, for Christmas, 2007. I couldn't get XP, and I have an unused, new, XP Pro disc that I was going to put on her laptop, after a Format C:, but she didn't mind Vista. She isn't very computer literate but is learning.

 

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