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Topic # 22054 14-May-2008 22:09
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Powercinema has advertising pop ups! does anyone know how to get rid of it??


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  Reply # 131022 14-May-2008 22:35
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It shouldn't have any - have you downloaded this from Cyberlink, or is it one freebie from a video card?



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  Reply # 131030 14-May-2008 23:29
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HI I came bundle with an HVR-4000 Tuner. It must be something in the program code to stop it..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131160 16-May-2008 08:44
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waynezy: HI I came bundle with an HVR-4000 Tuner. It must be something in the program code to stop it..


What "pop-ups" are you referring to?   The occaisional little Cyberlink ads in L bottom of the main screen (more "on-screen" than "pop-up"?).

I barely notice them now, but you could have a look at the .ini files under C:\Users\XXXXXX\AppData\Local\PowerCinema.

Also, perhaps delete the image files in C:\Users\XXXXXX\AppData\Local\PowerCinema\Extra (with caution - maybe savee them to a different location to start with, just in case).

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  Reply # 131163 16-May-2008 08:51
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And if the popups are not related to Cyberlink or of porn and drugs sites then you might want to run an antispyware...

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