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Add/remove list my xp media center windows now has a huge gap in the add/delete list and I would like to delete the gap, but no reg cleaner has been able to do that. any idears? JR

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Download CCleaner,from here:

http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/

the link is on the top right in the green area...
Install, Run.... Click on tools on the left, and there you are your add/remove programs can be deleted from there...

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How do i connect my 360 to the computer


I had this same problem and found this great video on youtube.

go here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKgCYkSCjc

over 175,000 views

if you click the drop down on the info you'll see the step by step instructions.

STEP 1

If you were previously using your Xbox 360 with a Windows XP Media Center Based PC, you will need to remove existing connection. Otherwise skip to step 2.

At the Windows XP Media Center PC

Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to Media Center, and then click Media Center Extender Manager.
Select your Xbox 360 and click Properties.
Click Remove.
Click Yes to confirm removal.
At the Xbox 360

On the Xbox 360, go to My Xbox and then System Settings, then select Computers.
Select Windows Media Center, and then press the A button.
Select Disconnect.
Press the B button until you return back to the System Settings.


STEP 2 Gather Setup Key from Xbox 360

Press the Media Center Start button on the remote or go to My Xbox, then select Windows Media Center.
Advance through the on-screen instructions to obtain the 8 digit Media Center Setup Key. Write this key down.


STEP 3 Add Extender

At the Windows Vista-based Media Center PC, launch Windows Media Center. Select Start, Windows Media Center.
Select Tasks, Add Extender.
When prompted, provide the 8 digit setup key you received at the Xbox 360.
Complete the Extender setup.


STEP 4 Print the Media Center Quick Reference Guide

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Internal error 2718 roxio media manager pops up upon startup. I have deleted everything in the registry relating to it. i have used reg cure, system mechanic. I cant open system restore, user accounts or...


Make sure you are logged in to an account with administrator privileges.

Click Start, click Run, type "msconfig", click OK. In System Configuration, click the Startup tab. Uncheck anything relating to Roxio Media Manager. Click OK and reboot.

Be very careful when dealing with the registry. Most registry cleaners do more harm than good if not used carefully. The "Delete everything I find" attitude often leads to a slower computer than when you started.

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Windows XP, error message!! Media Center TV don't work now, etc.. Error message pops up all the time!!! After I loaded a RipTiger software, had to unistall but still left with this pop up message!!! Media...


Try going into Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, click on the Media Center software, if listed, and see if it gives a choice to Change and/or Repair. You'll probably need your Windows CD if/when it prompts for it.

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When I go to sync music from Windows Media Player, it says "It is not possible to change sync settings at this time. Try again later." What can i do to get it to work?


If you normally create a profile for your GPX on your desktop computer. Delete that profile, and then add back your GPX to your computer via the cable and it should work. I presume you are using windows XP?

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Windows xp media center error occurs when trying to record programs


When that happens you usually need to backup your data, and reinstall the system to fix Windows corrupted files.

Try first doing a system restore to the most recent date before you started having the problem. If system files are damaged this will not help.

The media center is part of the WMC operative system. You can also reinstall media center alone using add remove programs, then Add remove windows components. Often that does not work, and you need to use a Windows MCE setup disk to fix the problem.

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Large space between apps in add/remove programs


Download tweak XP from the net, install it, run it, there is a tab named ADD/REMOVE programs, it DOES NOT add or remove programs, rather, it allows you to edit the Add/Remove program List only, so you should select the "blanks" and remove the from the list. ReClarify: IF you remove an entry from the Add/Remove tab using Tweak XP, It will no longer be available under windows control panel add/remove and if it IS still installed you will NOT have a way to remove the program.

Apr 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Delete from add delete at control panel


The only way to modify the add/remove programs list is to edit the registry. If you are uncomfortable doing this, get someone to help who is, or just leave the registry alone.
It's best to back up the registry in case you make a mistake.
To back up your registry, see this article.

On to the fun part. Follow these instructions exactly. Note: this applies to Windows XP only. If you have Windows Vista, please modify the question.
  1. Click Start, and then click Run.
  2. In the Open box, type regedt32, and then click OK.
  3. In Registry Editor, locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
  4. In the left pane, click the Uninstall registry key, and then click Export on the File menu.
  5. In the Export Registry File dialog box that appears, click Desktop in the Save in list, type uninstall in the File name box, and then click Save.
  6. Each key listed under Uninstall in the left pane of Registry Editor represents a program that is displayed in the Currently installed programs list of the Add or Remove Programs tool. To determine which program that each key represents, click the key, and then view the following values in the details pane on the right: DisplayName: The value data for the DisplayName key is the name that is listed in Add or Remove Programs.

    -and-

    UninstallString: The value data for the UninstallString key is the program that is used to uninstall the program.
  7. After you identify the registry key that represents the program that you removed but which is still displayed in the Currently installed programs list of Add or Remove Programs, right-click the key in the left pane of the Registry Editor window, and then click Delete.

    Click Yes in response to the "Are you sure you want to delete this key and all of its subkeys?" message.
  8. On the File menu, click Exit to quit Registry Editor.
  9. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.

    In the Currently installed programs list, verify that the program whose registry key you deleted is no longer listed.
  10. Do one of the following:
    • If the program list is not correct in Add or Remove Programs, double-click the Uninstall.reg file that you saved to your desktop in step 5 to restore the original list of programs in the registry.

      -or-
    • If the program list is correct in Add or Remove Programs, right-click the Uninstall.reg file on your desktop, and then click Delete.

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Media player ,system restore, help and support not working


( first remove it and then reinstall it again )

kindly follow the below procedure

click > Start > settings > control panel > Add Remove Programs > Add/ Remove Windows Components > Windows Media Player .

" kindly (Untick) and Click > (Next) > ( Finish)
so that Windows Media Player is removed . "

Now to load back fresh Windows Media Player.

kindly do same procedure to reach there as mentioned below.

click > Start > settings > control panel > Add Remove Programs > Add/ Remove Windows Components > Windows Media Player .

kindly (tick) mark the Windows media player and click > ( Next ) > ( Finish)

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THE END.

Jan 11, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Antivirus2008


Hi,

You can uninstall the software by following this :

Start-control panel-add/remove programs

All the installd programs will be listed.

Just select which you want to remove & click on remove.

Wait it will uninstall the software.

Restart the system.

Good Luck.

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May 10, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition...

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XP Pro


Reinstalling Windows can be done in two ways...

1. Install it over your current installation.
2. Install from scratch.

The best thing to do is back-up data on some other disk that you cannot miss. Make s since a clean install will erase all data. Installing Windows over your existing installtion is not advised since it makes a huge mess out of things.

I'm not sure about the upgrade CD. It should work, if it doesn't you need to install a copy of XP first and then use the upgrade CD over it.

I hope this helps you out. Please rate the solution.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.

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