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I have problem with my instlled softwares eg. when iam opening the software folders they are opening with windows media player and when i went to the properties of that folder i came to know that the target type is media player. please resolve my problem laptops model no is satellite L310
You try to restore the system to a previous date when th problem had not occurred.
Assuming you a windows user -- press windows button -all programs-accessories-system tools-system restore.
or Press windows+r --write rstrui.exe.
hope it works.
waiting for your response.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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-run installation media (CD / Download) software
-select uninstall and on the process, select uninstall all hp softwares associated the with the device
-after uninstall , select restart later to reboot the computer later
-go to start > control panel > add/remove programs (XP) programs (Vista)
-uninstall any existing HP softwares (note: for hp computers, skip this process)
-open contents of the installation media
-if you're using the installation CD. go to my computer, select the drive which has your cd in (eg. E:/ , D:/ ) right click on the icon and select open / explore.
-if you're using a downloaded software, click on start and click on run (XP) startsearch (vista), on that box, type in the command ( %temp% ) and press enter. it will open up temporary files folder.
-locate the file that starts with 7z (eg. 7z001cs1) and open it and now you are in the contents of the installer
-on the contents of the installer, locate UTIL folder and open it then locate CCC and open it as well
(note: check your operating system if it is running on a 32-bit or 64-bit . you can check it going to start>control panel>system)
-on CCC folder , locate uninstall L1 (for 32-bit) uninstall L1 64 (for 64 bit) and run it. (note: there will be a command prompt box that will launch, press enter to continue) restart later
-on CCC folder , locate uninstall L2 (for 32-bit) uninstall L2 64 (for 64 bit) and run it. (note: there will be a command prompt box that will launch, press enter to continue) restart later
on CCC folder , locate uninstall L3 (for 32-bit) uninstall L3 64 (for 64 bit) and run it. (note: there will be a command prompt box that will launch, press enter to continue) restart later (repeat uninstall L3 steps for 3 times)
(do not run uninstall L4)
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