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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 uninstall in add and remove programs. I am using windows xp professional

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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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Hello,
Sounds as though the problem is a virus if you can't open system restore, user accounts and uninstall.
If this was just a problem with roxio, removing the registry files and program files should stop the error but even at that it would not stop the other features.
You may want to consider formatting.
Thanks,
Pat

Posted on May 13, 2010

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