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Need To Reinstall Just Cineplayer From Creator 2010


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I was having a problem with the Cineplayer that installs with Creator 2010. I tried upgrading to the current version of Cineplayer BD, which I bought and downloaded from the Roxio on-line store. Cineplayer BD fixed the original problem, but has its own issues (e.g. it won't play some Blu-ray discs that another program plays fine). I am looking at returning Cineplayer BD and just going back to the original program that came with Creator. That version is not perfect, but the other program wasn't worth the additional money.

 

My question is this: Cineplayer BD installed itself in place of the the Cineplayer that Creator had installed, so when I uninstall Cineplayer BD I have *no* Cineplayer at all. Is it possible to install just the original Cineplayer from my Creator 2010 disc? If so, how?

 

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After it's uninstalled run the repair option for C2010, see if that fix's it..

 

 

 

Thanks for the suggestion. That was my best guess as to what to do as well, but I'm wondering if anyone out there has actually done something like this - reinstalled just one (or a few) components of the program. I don't really want to do a whole uninstall/reinstall for this.

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There hasn't been a custom install for several years.

 

The repair should return the software to the installed state and any service packs will have to be reapplied.

 

You won't know if it fixes it until you try, what would it hurt now?

 

Do let us know..

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There hasn't been a custom install for several years.

 

The repair should return the software to the installed state and any service packs will have to be reapplied.

 

You won't know if it fixes it until you try, what would it hurt now?

 

Do let us know..

 

And the answer is...NO!

 

I uninstalled Cineplayer BD, then ran the "Repair" option for RC2010. Roxio and Windows appeared to be "repairing" large portions of Roxio Creator (even though nothing was wrong with them), and when it was finished I did, in fact, have to reapply the service pack. However, when I go to the menu of programs, there is still no Cineplayer. It seems that the repair function looks at the programs that are actually there, and "repairs" them, but doesn't add back anything that is missing. Looks like I would have to do a complete uninstall/reinstall. That is extremely annoying!

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And the answer is...NO!

 

I uninstalled Cineplayer BD, then ran the "Repair" option for RC2010. Roxio and Windows appeared to be "repairing" large portions of Roxio Creator (even though nothing was wrong with them), and when it was finished I did, in fact, have to reapply the service pack. However, when I go to the menu of programs, there is still no Cineplayer. It seems that the repair function looks at the programs that are actually there, and "repairs" them, but doesn't add back anything that is missing. Looks like I would have to do a complete uninstall/reinstall. That is extremely annoying!

 

How did you run the repair option from the disc?

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How did you run the repair option from the disc?

 

Um...I went to the option to uninstall/change the program in Windows and chose repair. When I clicked that, I got a Roxio pop-up window which asked me for my Roxio Creator 2010 disc, which I inserted. And then the computer just took over from there. I suppose I could have inserted the Roxio disc first and looked for the repair option there?

 

ETA: Out of curiosity, I stuck my Roxio disc in my drive to see what happens, and it appears to take me to the exact same "uninstall" or "repair" pop up that I got when I did went in through Windows.

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