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Go To C:\Program Files And look for CyberLink (If It Displays Cyber link or any other text instead of CyberLink Rename It To CyberLink And that's fixed!) If Not Go To CyberLink, Go To The Program's Folder eg: C:\Program Files\CyberLink\PowerCinema Then Check If The EXE File Is In There eg: PowerCinema or PowerCinema.exe

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