Clean reinstall of MSBN software.

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by Thomas Kolakowski, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. I recently reinstalled WinXP on my computer and now the MSBN Software gives
    a MS Visual C++ Runtime error with an abnormal termination. I tried to
    reinstall and it work only once (on installation only) then on reboot the
    error restarts. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but does not work
    right. I think I need to manually remove some of the old files then
    reinstall. Anyone know how to do a manual uninstall of the MSBN software?
     
    Thomas Kolakowski, Jun 24, 2004
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    Ken Guest

    Dear Thomas,

    First questions. What was the reason to re-install
    WinXP?. Were there other issues that required a WinXP re-
    install? This is usually a drastic measure to re-install
    the OS, as opposed to RESTORE-ing it.

    If a simple uninstall does not work, RESTORE you WinXP
    system to the earlier date of the re-install.

    In the event, you don't really need MSBN with WinXP (SP-
    1). It was meant for earlier OS.
     
    Ken, Jun 24, 2004
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  3. I installed a new Motherboard and WinXP didn't like it! Some of the hardware
    drivers would not install and some programs, like MSBN Utilities started
    crashing. When I reinstalled WinXP some of the software wouldn't reinstall
    properly without me manually removing all the files in their various
    directories (Easy CD Creator required removing files and several
    directories). I can access the Base Station in IE, but the MSBN software is
    misbehaving.
     
    Thomas Kolakowski, Jun 24, 2004
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    joker Guest

    You are running a skinning software such as windows blinds or ATI
    Hydravision. Either uninstall the program that is really causing the
    problem or tell it to stop doing anything to the Broadband network utility.
     
    joker, Jun 24, 2004
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  5. Thomas Kolakowski

    joker Guest

    You should have formatted after changing the motherboard.
     
    joker, Jun 24, 2004
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    Kevin Chen Guest

    wow windows blinds caused that grr... thx
     
    Kevin Chen, Jun 25, 2004
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