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no need go to add/remove program.. insert DVD/CD in drive.. it will be auto run.. follow instruction from cd programme.. it will be install.. if not auto run your disk.. find .exe file on your disk click on it.. follow instructions... it will be install... enjoy...
Start>Control Panel>Add or Remove programs>Remove
When the removal process completes, It may be display/asked to restart the computer. There go ahead and restart/reboot at that time.
Now insert the Norton installation CD/DVD into your CD/DVD ROM Drive. The CD/DVD automatically run or launch the installation wizard. But if you downloaded Norton AntiVirus from the Symantec website,double click the installation file and run to begin the installation wizard.Click "Install Options" and click "Browse" if you want to change the default installation location. Click "OK" after making the selection. Make sure that you should complete the download by clicking "next" or follow the instruction to install until it's complete the reinstallation.
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It may be the file type that you've saved is not compatible with your DVD recorder.
Check the instructions on your DVD recorder, see what kind of files it plays ie JPEG, MPEG1 and MPEG2 then either save your file as one of these or download a file converstion programme from Filehippo.com such as :- Any Video Converter 3.05
once you install intuit on your new pc or new harddrive open the program. insert the dvd disc. go to wherever you open files. select the drive with the dvd instead of the C drive. you should see the files. click on one and the program should open it. the program doesn't care if the files are on the C drive, D drive or U drive. it just needs a file with the right format and file extension.
you could try dragging the files from the roxio installation disc onto the desktop. or if downloaded then just go to the setup file. when you find the setup file right click on it then go to properties - compatibility and then click on run this program in compatibility mode for: xp then further down click on the run this program as administrator.
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