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Cinedash FIX for Windows 7 This works to fix the CineDash Media Console! I had the same problem with my Aspire 8920G Now it works fine. Getting the CineDash Media Console and Launch Buttons working If you have problems with either the CineDash Media Console or Launch buttons then you will be happy to hear that the solution for fixing these is easy! The first thing that you will need to do is install the “Launch Manager” which can be downloaded off the Acer website. Go to http://www.acer.com and click the service support, then driver download. Go to your model. Download the Launch Manager on the acer site. The filename should be “Kilimanjaro_v2.0.00_Vistax32×64_XPx32×64.zip” the version of Launch Manager under the Windows Vista operating system .This will get the Email, Web and Empowering Technology buttons working with their default settings. If you need to change what the buttons do, you can launch the application named “Launch Manager” in the start menu. Uninstall any previous version of Launch Manager The solution to my problem was to get the Launch Manager to run in compatibility mode for Windows Vista Service Pack 2. Unzip. Explore the new folder and right-click Setup.exe. To do this go to the Launch Manager Install directory (C:\Program Files\Launch Manager ), right-click on “setup.exe”, select the “troubleshoot compatibility” tab, check the “Troubleshoot program” check box and then click “The program worked in earlier versions of Windows but won’t install or run now”. Then select “Windows Vista Service Pack 2”. Then click “Start” program. Now everything should work properly! It will install. But don’t reboot yet! Now locate and explore the freshly installed folder in your program files directory – (probably C:\Program Files (x86)\Launch Manager or C:\Program Files\Launch Manager depending on if you are running 64-bit or 32-bit) right-click on “LManager.exe”, select the “troubleshoot compatibility” tab, check the “Troubleshoot program” check box and then click “The program worked in earlier versions of Windows but won’t install or run now”. Then select “Windows Vista Service Pack 2”. Then click “Start” program. Now everything should work properly! It will install. Reboot and enjoy properly synced volume, and fully functioning buttons.
I had the same problem and couldn't find an answer anywhere, so I though I'd share how I got past it.
I did not have quicktime installed when I first ran the install for media manager, and as such it requested I install it from CD, which I did. It was after this was finished and returned to the main install that the install failed.
I found that quicktime did not consider itself completely installed until it was run for the first time. I booted up quicktime, allowed it to do it's first-time bits and pieces, until the default website appeared, then closed it.
I tried to install media manager again and it worked just fine.
Check does you sound driver is install OK!!! If not (right-click My Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager) for unknown/improperly installed devices.
Visit you SOUND manufacturer’s website, and download drivers along with the installation instructions!!! After that it will work just fine!!!!