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Roxio media manager install

I am experiencing a problem with a roxio media manager install. It keeps trying to locate file. I cannot get it to stop or delete as I do not use this particular program. It also prevents a shut down I have to do a hard shut down.

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    Patrick Michaels May 11, 2010

    shall we assume it's the proper operating system version?

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If you go to start menu and run, type in msconfig.

Go to the startup tab and uncheck the items you don't want loading up - roxwatch9.exe is one (whether or not there's a separate entry for media manager I can't recall).

Reboot, tell the nag screen please go away and don't bother me again.

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Here are some steps you can take to resolve your problem.

1. Download, install and run "Ccleaner"; a handy little temp file and registry cleaner/organizer. On many occassions, after running it, goofy messages disappear having been a result of faulty registry entries or deletions built up over time.

http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/

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