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How do I save my Cyberlink?

I have a T3504 with prepackaged XP home, the factory Recovery disk and after McAffee made the system unstable too many times I made two Recovery CDs. Can't say why, but nearly a year ago System Restore stopped working and web hints don't help much.

I loaded Nero 7 Essentials with my new Memorex DVD burner and it turned out to be total garbage lugging the system down until it was useless. I did an uninstall from the disk, but Nero and Lightscribe folders still exist in my Registry. I can't burn MP3 DVDs from my Cyberlink now.

I loved Cyberlink but I didn't have Lightscribe hence the Nero Fiasco.

The questions are:
Is my cyberlink Power 2 Go messed up by software conflicts with the 'removed' Nero?

Since I couldn't find Cyberlink files on the factory recovery CD, and I have never backed up my system and system Restore is junk - is there any way to fix the cyberlink by an uninstall/reinstall and is the Cyberlink hidden on the D drive for a reinstall?

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Check in your control panel add remove make sure none of the programs you uninstalled are showing if they are remove me
also check start and then programs sometimes you need to uninstall through there if they give you the uninstall option

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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    DEKR Jan 17, 2009

    yes there could be conflicts

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