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Forum Thread: Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x

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newby Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x
Member 12th Feb, 2011 17:14
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PSI shows an End of Life for Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x and PSI shows that I am at 98%. To remove this, would I have to remove Cyberlink DVD Suite Deluxe? I am assuming this End of Life program accounts for the 2% deficit.

If I removed the above, how would I burn a CD/DVD? I need detailed directions.

Thank you again for all your valuable assistance. newby

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ddmarshall RE: Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x
Dedicated Contributor 12th Feb, 2011 17:52
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Select Ignore and see if your score goes to 100%

Check HP support for updates if this was bundled software.

If you decide to uninstall it, there are disk burning options in Windows Media Player, Windows Live Photo Gallery and Windows Live Movie Maker. Windows 7 has the abilty to burn .iso files direct from the Explorer context menu (right click the .iso file).

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charles demontigny RE: Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x
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i am having the same trouble but i am learning fast.e let me know your outcome thank you
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mogs RE: Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x
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Hello.
There's some previous threads here which may offer some insight...be worth reading :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/?forum=2&vendor...
Hope it helps....regards,

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newby RE: Cyberlink Power Starter 5.x
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Thank you for your help. newby

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