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Posted by: Erik_S (Guest), August 18th, 2013, 9:42am
Hi - having used SW prods for years and I'm really impressed by the simple functionality. However there is one pebble in the shoe. Think I have isolated the problem to A1 - NTI MM does not start sub progs after clean up. The problem has existed since XP and MM6 and is still a headache for Win7/64 and MM8. Typical message :  "Media Maker was not installed properly or it was altered. Plaease ....".
Tried to run the late UNDO list - didn't fix the problem.
MM was tested after running TUU 2013 and REGVAC in that order; both OK.
Tried to locate some NTI-files in UNDO-list, but that gave no clue. The entire NTI files have to be removed from the HDD before reinstall.
If anybody have faced this problem and found a solution, please reply.
Rgds Erik
Posted by: Ray, August 19th, 2013, 1:24am; Reply: 1
   I have not heard of that problem.
   A1Click is probably just removing one file or entry that is causing that.  All you need to do is figure out which one.
   There are three ways to run A1Click.  Clean PC, Remove Tracks, and Run Settings.  Clean PC and Remove Tracks run a certain collection of settings.  A1Click's Help tells what they are.  Run Settings only runs the settings that you choose in Cleaner Settings.  So if you can determine which setting is causing the problems with MM, you should be able to simply not run that setting.
   The default settings in Cleaner Settings are what Clean PC runs.
   The first place I would look is the User Assist section of the Registry Cleaner.  If you are running that, don't.  Then I would look around the MM folder to see if there might be something there that A1Click might be removing.
   I hope you figure it out.
Posted by: Erik_S (Guest), August 19th, 2013, 7:40am; Reply: 2
Thank you for reply. I know this will be a needle in the haystack. The problem is reported to NTI, but no good. It must be a cause for the popup window. Continue search.
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