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Arcsoft totalmedia 3

Installed software as instructed in book. tried to scan for channels on dvb-t tv stick ea053715. all i get is an error which reads ( 0x04e8971a referenced memory at 0x058349d0 could not be read ) and so terminates the scan. please help. also on the same subject i cannot uninstall the software out of my pc (totalmedia 3) so i cannot start again

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  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

    I cannot uninstall total media so that I can try to reinstall my usb dvb t tuner it seems as if it is corrupted can you help. I am unable to use my usb dvb t tuner as I cannot scan because I cannot start all over again to load my software

    cheers.

  • grazb Oct 02, 2008

    I have Toatl Media 2 installed on my PC and it is rubbish, trouble is it won't let me uninstall it and opens on start up, when I modify start-ip programs it re-appears next start-up. Help!

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Does anybody know where i can get the software for these dongles, as i am finding it extremely difficult to get.

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