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Upgrade 1.0.3


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I have just downloaded the upgrade for Popcorn 1.0.3 and installed it in my Roxio Popcorn folder in Applications. The installation instructions say...

 

To Update Popcorn.

Drag the Popcorn file above into The Roxio Popcorn folder on your h/d. When prompted to replace the older file with the newer one, click on the "Replace" button.

 

I did not get a "Replace" request and now have in my Popcorn folder Popcorn 1.0.2, 1.0.3 and 2.

 

Can someone please advise if I should simply delete v 0.2 or not. I appreciate that Popcorn 1 & 2 are different programmes and need to keep both.

 

Some advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Did you manually rename the Popcorn icon from the Popcorn 1.0.3 update to read as Popcorn 1.0.3? By Default, the name is shown as Popcorn, which is why you are prompted to replace the previous version.

 

William

 

Thank you for your reply.No I did not rename the Popcorn icon!

 

Just delete v 1.0.2 and use the 1.0.3. There is no harm in having both on your hard drive; but it also is unnecessary.

 

Thank you.

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I do have the CD KEY for Popcorn 1.0 and it worked but when I dragged the Popcorn 1.0.3 app to the applications folder and replaced it as instructed, It no longer will use that CD Key. I have no information on when I pursed it. The update has no mention of a New CD Key. Tech support is therefor no help. Any ideas?

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