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I'm trying to reinstall EMC Suite 10 and the setup program says it needs 4,295, 804, 927 of space. My drive has 63 GB of free space. Any insight?

 

Thanks for any help.

 

What O/S do you have?....it wont work on Win7.

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What O/S do you have?....it wont work on Win7.

 

No, this is XP, 32bit. It was working fine and then I opened a project in VideoWave and the controls for the player didn't show up. So i downloaded the update and installed it and ran into an error. So I uninstalled everything, including the original install, and started over. But now I'm running into this error.

 

Thanks for any help.

 

Bill

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Run CHKDSK /f on your hard drive in case there's a logic error in your MFTs. It probably won't run the check immediately so you'll have to tell Windows to run the check at startup, and then do a restart.

 

 

Thanks Brendon, that did the trick and got the initial program installed from my cd. I downloaded the last update from the website and it installed as well. However, when I go to start the program it tells me it can't locate the cineplayer decoder pack. It's looking for file cpdp.msi.

 

So I downloaded the content package from the site to see if that would help but it gives me an error on installing with error code 0490.

 

Any ideas on these?

 

Thanks again for the chkdsk tip.

 

Bill

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Hi Bill,

 

I presume that by the "last update" you mean the big installer for EMC 10.1 - the one which completely uninstalls 10.0 before it installs itself? It sounds like it has errored during the install and may need to be reinstalled.

 

I never did like 10.1 and always had problems installing it, so I stayed with version 10.0. You might find that the best idea in the long run.

 

To reinstall the new 10.1 you will probably have to totally uninstall it, then install the original 10.0, and then apply the "update" again. The installer is wrapped in an envelope which tests to see if 10.0 is present, and is not supposed to work if 10.0 isn't there.

 

If you do decide to do all this, may I suggest that you first unpack the "update" from its ZIP or EXE file, into a folder on your hard drive, and then install from that folder. That way, all the installer files are there on your hard drive until you decide to delete them, and if something asks you for an .MSI file you can just point it to where the file is.

 

The 10.1 'updater' should come in a file name something like RoxioEasyMediaCreator10.1_FA80AA50R13.exe. If you extract the contents of that file to a folder on the HD with WinZIP or 7-Zip [which I like better] you will see a setup.exe in the folder. Double-clicking on that setup.exe should run the updater for you.

 

It's been a long time since I did anything with the EMC 10 content files, so I can't help you with the error code 0490, I'm afraid. Perhaps someone else can help there if needed.

 

Brendon

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Hi Bill,

 

I presume that by the "last update" you mean the big installer for EMC 10.1 - the one which completely uninstalls 10.0 before it installs itself? It sounds like it has errored during the install and may need to be reinstalled.

 

I never did like 10.1 and always had problems installing it, so I stayed with version 10.0. You might find that the best idea in the long run.

 

Brendon

 

 

Yea, that was the one. There was a content file that was separate from the program file. I don't know what that's for. Anyway, I think you may be right - just best to stick with 10.0. Or, maybe it's time to consider an upgrade to one of the more current programs.

 

Anyway, thanks for helping out. At least I learned something from the chkdsk tip.

 

Regards, Bill

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