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After numerous problems with a bad install I used Revo Uninstaller and inadvertently deleted a bunch of dlls and made the computer almost inoperable so, yes system restore. I am embarrassed by the hours I now have in it. So the newest error is "The system does not meet the minimum requirements for Roxio VHS. This product will not install". Time to give it up? The system is dual core and 3 gigs ram so that is not it. My old laptop has no burner in it just a player not an option. Any thoughts not related to my stupidity....Thx

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After numerous problems with a bad install I used Revo Uninstaller and inadvertently deleted a bunch of dlls and made the computer almost inoperable so, yes system restore. I am embarrassed by the hours I now have in it. So the newest error is "The system does not meet the minimum requirements for Roxio VHS. This product will not install". Time to give it up? The system is dual core and 3 gigs ram so that is not it. My old laptop has no burner in it just a player not an option. Any thoughts not related to my stupidity....Thx

What is your System?

 

What is your V2D Version?

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Of course Vista must be at SP2…

 

But frankly and especially with Uninstallers, an OS will only tolerate so much before it falls apart… :(

 

If it were mine, I would slap in a new HDD format and start fresh! That way I can transfer from the old HDD by adding it in as a secondary HDD.

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Of course Vista must be at SP2…

 

But frankly and especially with Uninstallers, an OS will only tolerate so much before it falls apart… :(

 

If it were mine, I would slap in a new HDD format and start fresh! That way I can transfer from the old HDD by adding it in as a secondary HDD.

Thanks Jim. Since all my other programs are fine I think I will try to return the program.

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