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Anonymous
August 22, 2005 4:11:03 PM

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I bought a Dell system with XP. After upgrading(incl. new motherboard) the
already installed Nike Philips MP3 player "Digital Media Manager" software
wouldn't work. Nike/Philips sent me to Dell who sent me back to Nike/Philips
who then sent me to Microsoft who I have so far been unable to contact
successfully.Tried to uninstall software but received variety of errors,
incl. some Java ones. Eventually appeared to delete it but trying to
reinstall software always displays "Digital Media Manager already installed".
Have tried manually removing some Registry elements but I'm clearly missing
some. Does anyone know precisely which Registry elements I need to remove for
a complete manual uninstallation ?
Anonymous
August 22, 2005 4:56:03 PM

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If it hasn't been to long since you installed these programs just do a system
restore.
Foxhole

"kagey" wrote:

> I bought a Dell system with XP. After upgrading(incl. new motherboard) the
> already installed Nike Philips MP3 player "Digital Media Manager" software
> wouldn't work. Nike/Philips sent me to Dell who sent me back to Nike/Philips
> who then sent me to Microsoft who I have so far been unable to contact
> successfully.Tried to uninstall software but received variety of errors,
> incl. some Java ones. Eventually appeared to delete it but trying to
> reinstall software always displays "Digital Media Manager already installed".
> Have tried manually removing some Registry elements but I'm clearly missing
> some. Does anyone know precisely which Registry elements I need to remove for
> a complete manual uninstallation ?
>
Anonymous
August 22, 2005 11:49:49 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Delete any Digital Media Folders in Hkey_Local_Machine\Software and
HKey_Current_User\Software. Also delete
the Folder in C:\Program Files. You can also look in
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Run, Run Once etc. delete
any entries there. Same in HKLM.
"kagey" <kagey@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:BBDFD2AD-3AE7-4ED9-B422-8DD36C169832@microsoft.com...
>I bought a Dell system with XP. After upgrading(incl. new motherboard) the
> already installed Nike Philips MP3 player "Digital Media Manager" software
> wouldn't work. Nike/Philips sent me to Dell who sent me back to
> Nike/Philips
> who then sent me to Microsoft who I have so far been unable to contact
> successfully.Tried to uninstall software but received variety of errors,
> incl. some Java ones. Eventually appeared to delete it but trying to
> reinstall software always displays "Digital Media Manager already
> installed".
> Have tried manually removing some Registry elements but I'm clearly
> missing
> some. Does anyone know precisely which Registry elements I need to remove
> for
> a complete manual uninstallation ?
>
Anonymous
August 23, 2005 12:31:02 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?)

Foxhole wrote:
> If it hasn't been to long since you installed these programs just do a system
> restore.
> Foxhole
>
> "kagey" wrote:
>
>
>>I bought a Dell system with XP. After upgrading(incl. new motherboard) the
>>already installed Nike Philips MP3 player "Digital Media Manager" software
>>wouldn't work. Nike/Philips sent me to Dell who sent me back to Nike/Philips
>>who then sent me to Microsoft who I have so far been unable to contact
>>successfully.Tried to uninstall software but received variety of errors,
>>incl. some Java ones. Eventually appeared to delete it but trying to
>>reinstall software always displays "Digital Media Manager already installed".
>>Have tried manually removing some Registry elements but I'm clearly missing
>>some. Does anyone know precisely which Registry elements I need to remove for
>>a complete manual uninstallation ?
>>

In regedit search for the words nike or philips (or the
term Digital Media Manager. Also in Explorer look at the
link in start menu for the launch of the application, and
copy down the executables file name. Use that in search in
regedit (F3 key moves to next item) -- remove the data only
in the ActiveX section. Any main keys under
Hkey_Classes_Root must be totally removed. These have the
form Philips.xxx or Nike.xxx where xxx will be extensions
handled. Other item removed will be under Applications in
HKCR. Also in
HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/App Paths
Look for application name or its exe file name and remove.
Refresh , Restart, remove appdata folders and application
folders. Once these are removed then restart and reinstall
that software.

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Lester Stiefel
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