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Old 01-21-2009, 06:03 PM
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Can't remove TCPMP AC3/H264 plugin

I tried to uninstall these and it says "TCPMP plugins was not completely removed. Do you want to remove them from the installed programs list? "

I googled this problem, no help. I tried to cancel the tasks... still no help.
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:10 PM
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Re: Can't remove TCPMP AC3/H264 plugin

When my Touch Pro asked me I said yes and then did a soft reset after I made sure it was removed from file explorer. I havent seen any negative results nd that was about a month ago. Hope this helps
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Re: Can't remove TCPMP AC3/H264 plugin

I did do a soft reset, and it still is appearing in my "Remove Programs" menu. =(. Because it's here, I can't use the updated version that was made by Technology1. it says, the plugins are for an older version.
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I did do a soft reset, and it still is appearing in my "Remove Programs" menu. =(. Because it's here, I can't use the updated version that was made by Technology1. it says, the plugins are for an older version.
It's better to let them stay where the are, but if you still want to remove them, do it it from the TCPMP directory, the easy way...{lol}
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Re: Can't remove TCPMP AC3/H264 plugin

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It's better to let them stay where the are, but if you still want to remove them, do it it from the TCPMP directory, the easy way...{lol}
I am with you on that one...
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Re: Can't remove TCPMP AC3/H264 plugin

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I tried to uninstall these and it says "TCPMP plugins was not completely removed. Do you want to remove them from the installed programs list? "

I googled this problem, no help. I tried to cancel the tasks... still no help.
Re-install then remove again.

Something could have been using the file or some crazy crap..... That usually works... Sometimes.... but not always... if it does....
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