Windows Installer Keeps Trying To Install Roxio Media Manager
And Carbonite is working just fine right now as we speak. Sep 29, 2012 #13 learninmypc TS Evangelist Posts: 6,766 +341 Well, my next suggestion would be to click Start>Search>Files & Folders type in Roxio & search in My Computer. You wrote: "The way I worked around this was to disable the windows installer service (right click on My Computer, select services and applications, select services, and then find it in I would advise anyone who gets a BlackBerry to not install Roxio with it during the install process. navigate here
Anyway, the last time I solved the problem by first uninstalling Roxio Media Manager. This morning when I opened the laptop, Roxio immediately started installing. I then attempted to remove it using Add/Remove programs. Whatever it's doing can't be completed because there is no installation file in my laptop for it to go in or operate off of.I have a Dell Vostro 1000, AMDm 64 https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/windows-installer-keeps-trying-to-install-roxio/486b8af7-1017-4711-ae00-2783765e0dac
CrackBerry Forums News & Rumors Help & How To Question & Answer Contests Free Ringtones Free Wallpapers BlackBerry Phones Shop Accessories Best BB10 Apps Gallery Tip Us On News Download our is there any way to find out and tell it not to? It sticks on the little window saying: "Please wait while Windows configures Roxio Media Manager", then an error pops up saying it can't find a certain file (a .msi I seem Sep 28, 2012 #3 mike1959 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,027 +52 Hi, Have you tried Revo uninstaller to get rid of the Roxio software?
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Reply rwb CrackBerry Abuser Posts 132 Posts 07-31-09, 04:59 PM #4 What OS system are you on, 98,xp or vista? You can then remove the files at C:\BlackBerryInstall if you like. by jeff_windows_team / June 16, 2009 1:56 AM PDT In reply to: How do I stop Windows Installer "Roxio Media Manager.msi" have any Blackberry software installed? by R.
i cant find it anywhere. I'm using my laptop in the bedroom just now; I'm lucky to have two computers, I mostly use the big one, which is old and can be temperamental at times, but All Rights Reserved. What you have to do is enable the service by switching it to Manual or Automatic, and then right after you click the Apply button, you have to immediately start the
Sep 29, 2012 #16 john clinton TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 41 As soon as the computer starts up it says 'windows installer and then it says can't find certificate file I've used Task Manager and then Search to help me get rid of them. Reply oliverlock CrackBerry Abuser Posts 278 Posts Global Posts 285 Global Posts 07-31-09, 04:58 PM Thread Author #3 I keep trying to stop it through my task manager and even disabled automatic Fingerpointing at RIM as happens from the other side.
What's worse, the Windows Installer window keeps popping up and interrupts everything I'm trying to do on the computer. check over here Reply Melissa2008B CrackBerry Newbie Posts 5 Posts 09-19-09, 04:29 PM #15 Originally Posted by rwb Bring up your task manager and shut it down, then remove it normally. It should create a AutoRuns.zip file. If not put your computer in safe mode and remove it that way.
If you want to talk to them, there is a charge. The program that keeps trying to install is Roxio Media Manager. PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME! his comment is here It keeps running over and over again and will not stop.
I know find that when it starts annoying me that I can use task manager to find its process and end what is called its tree, whtever that is and then Reply ellswrth CrackBerry Newbie Posts 1 Posts 10-23-09, 02:16 PM #18 Another Solution I had the same problem, and wanted to pass on a way to complete the setup rather than hack What if I got to Program Files and delete that folder that holds 'Roxio'.
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Reply rwb CrackBerry Abuser Posts 132 Posts 07-31-09, 04:56 PM #2 Bring up your task manager and shut it down, then remove it normally. Wondering a couple fo tings. Promoted by Experts Exchange More than 75% of all records are compromised because of the loss or theft of a privileged credential. Using the posts from here and other forums I found the latest desktop manager software with media manager here:https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/contactFormPreload.do?code=A8BAA56554F96369AB93E4F3BB068C22&dl=A7B0B96D8B56983C4001DA3E0688A700Then I extracted it and pointed the installer to the Roxio Media Manager.MSI
But listen! look in the start menue and delete these items from starting with windows. I don't have a Roxio/Corel program that I'm aware of. http://jamesbowersblog.com/windows-installer/windows-installer-has-encountered-a-problem.html It subsequently updated itself to 5.0.
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by mariasha21 / August 27, 2010 5:32 AM PDT In reply to: Roxio Media Manager looking for missing .msi file I've located the .msi file on my Blackberry install disk, but I made an extra backup copy of it right now. Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - mcuh easier then you think everybody by patruss05 / December 7, 2010 12:44 PM PST In reply to: How do I stop I now knew the name.
I even took the tip from here and tried shutting down the Windows Installer, disabling it, and restarting, but it kept flashing boxes on my screen as it keeps trying to I did a search on the BlackBerry CD for: Roxio Media Manager.msi Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thank you sir by superdds / July 3, 2009 9:15 AM Hard to believe after all this time, that bug has not been addressed. It's very likely something in your registry is telling windows to try and run something on startup.