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it could be a faulty download (its hard to tell as it opened something) id say use a download manager like jdownloader to make sure your pulling the files down properly. just copy the link address with jdownloader turned on.itll grab the link and and just click continue with all when it reads it as online.
then if that works and the progam still doesnt work,contact roxio,they may be able to send you out a dvd with the program on it :)
there is a program named revo uninstaller that will help you remove the program and scan for any remaining information after the uninstall. I should clean up and reqgistry keys etc that might be messing with your uninstall/reinstall. Run this program and unstall the game with it. Then run an advanced scan and delete any items it finds. then reinstall your game. Hope this helps
do you have firefox? if you don't then you should get it. all you do is visit youtube, when it says 'you need a plugin to view the content on this page' click 'download plugin' pick one of the options(there should be 2-3 of them) let it download and install, then restart firefox. it should now play any new or old flash games, movies and the like. you can also get a plugin for firefox to download youtube videos.(firefox is also more secure and faster than internet explorer(any version)) cheers!
Spec's look decent but many things can cause this problem, a lot of them fall under 'settings' and 'drivers'. Making sure ALL BIOS settings are set correctly is foremost. Clear the ESCD in BIOS after any hardware change. Make sure frequency and timing settings don't cause excessive wait-states for BUS x-fers. After BIOS is checked, ensure MoBo 'chipset' drivers are installed - full AGP functionality may not be possible without them even though Windows installs 'generic' drivers. All hardware mfg. drivers should be installed and settings checked. Make sure not infected with badware. Disconnect any hardware not needed for gaming, or disable drivers like multimedia enhanced keyboards and any system processes or background tasks that are not essential so there are less things causing IRQ requests.
Make sure DMA is enabled for HDD and CDROM's if supported by them. Error-scan, defrag and check S.M.A.R.T. status of HDD's. Use a sys info tool like 'Everest' or 'PC Wizard' to check if settings in BIOS and OS are allowing full hardware functionality.
Some hardware (and software) just don't play well with certain others lol, so if all that fails, borrow another video card with similar features and see if it works better before spending money on a new one. Check if your MoBo chipset has known issues with any of the different graphics chip mfg's.
Good luck and hope it turns out to be something simple ;) R.M.T.