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SPYDER67Newbie Private MessageJoined: Oct 11, 2015 10:36Messages: 1Offline
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  • In the new task window, select the Disc Utilities option and then Virtual Drive. The Power2Go Virtual Drive window displays. Select the Disable virtual drive option.
  • When you find the program CyberLink Power2Go 8, click it, and then do one of the following: Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall. Windows XP: Click the Remove or Change/Remove tab (to the right of the program). Follow the prompts. A progress bar shows you how long it will take to remove CyberLink Power2Go 8.
  • It is set to be run when the PC boots and the user logs into Windows (added to the Run registry key for the current user). This is typically installed with the program CyberLink Media Suite 10 published by CyberLink Corp. The file is digitally signed by CyberLink which was issued by the VeriSign certificate authority (CA).

CyberLink Power2Go 8 is a program offered by CyberLink Corp. Sometimes, users want to uninstall it. Sometimes this is efortful because removing this by hand requires some skill regarding Windows internal functioning. The best EASY practice to uninstall CyberLink Power2Go 8 is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. The latest version of CyberLink Power2Go includes many new features that make your burning tasks easier. This section describes the latest features in the CyberLink Power2Go program. Virtual Drive Mount a data disc image file and access it as if using a real disc drive.

Cyberlink power2go 8 should i remove itselfJun 26, 2016 11:17
From the Cyberlink Store last October, I purchased the PhotoDirector 5 Ultra, the PhotoDirector Mobile and Power to Go 10 as one package deal. I had to re-format my hard drive recently and did a clean install of Windows. Now since I was not given a CD at the time of purchase, how do I re-install these software. On the website, I only see the option for new purchase or trial copy download. What about a re-install for prodct previously purchased. Please provide this instruction or a link for this information. Thanks in advance. RN
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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Jun 26, 2016 11:41
So you didn't back up your computer or make a copy of the download?
Since you have exceeded the grace period where you can re-download your programs, you will have to contact sales support with your purchase information.
Sorry, and good luck .
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LindaNewbie Private MessageJoined: Jun 29, 2016 13:12Messages: 3Offline
Jun 29, 2016 13:14
Error Code : 0xeb020be2
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LindaNewbie Private MessageJoined: Jun 29, 2016 13:12Messages: 3Offline
Jun 29, 2016 13:19 User Name : Linda
Company Name : Cybe
OS Version :
C:Program FilesCyberLinkPower2GoPower2Go.exe : Version 7.0.0.3328
CBS.dll : Version 7.8.8125
Total physical memory : 3575MB (3661300KB)
Free physical memory : 1693MB (1734456KB)
Memory load : 52 percent
Number of CPU : 4
CPU Name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500 CPU @ 3.30GHz
CPU Speed : 3293 MHz
29.6.2016
Task Type : Data Disc
18:51:16, File(cl_DVDData.cpp), Line(210)
-> Begin burning process
Current drive: <D: HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40 1.03>
Current writing speed(x): 2.0
Disc Info
Disc Type: BD-RE
Disc Status: Blank, Appendable
Num. of Sessions: 1 Num. of Tracks: 1
Disc Capacity: 12088320LBs
Free Size: 12088320LBs Used Size: 0LBs
Burn option: w/ buffer underrun protection
Burn option: w/o simulation
Burn option: w/o close disc
Burn option: w/o verify disc
FS type: UDF_200
Burn mode: PACKET_INC
!! Write Error !! - Medium Error
Sense Key : 03h(MEDIUM ERROR)
Sense Code : 31h 00h
Current Address : 0
18:51:29, file(cl_DVDData.cpp), line(3540)
-> Begin new track: 1
18:51:29, file(cl_DVDData.cpp), line(3571)
-> Write data
Last write LBA: 0
18:51:30, file(cl_DVDData.cpp), line(3769)
-> End new track
18:51:30, File(cl_DVDData.cpp), Line(326)
-> Burning Fail, ErrCode: 0xeb020be2Cyberlink Power2go 8 Should I Remove It
Error Code : 0xeb020be2

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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Jun 29, 2016 13:47
Linda:
Always start your own thread because people won't know who a post is addressed to.
Delete that CD Key - It is assigned to you and if other people pick it up and start using it, you will be locked out.
You have a medium error. Bad or used disc. Do not use store brands and or/the cheapest disc you can.
Read this from an earlier post:
http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/23657.page
If you are using a good brand of disc, then your burner may have self destructed.
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LindaNewbie Private MessageJoined: Jun 29, 2016 13:12Messages: 3Offline
Power2goJun 29, 2016 14:55
Thanks Stevek
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webbNewbie Private MessageJoined: Oct 07, 2016 21:12Messages: 1Offline
Oct 07, 2016 21:23
tried to disable a mounted disc image. got down to the select the disable virtual drive option. no place to click ok. can you help me?
webb Russell
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stevekSenior ContributorPrivate MessageLocation: Houston, Texas USAJoined: Jan 25, 2011 12:18Messages: 4663Offline
Oct 08, 2016 06:29 Russell -- You're joking aren't you? Did you read the previous post I made about starting your own thread? Also never post your e-mail address -- if you do, you are just feeding the spambots (unless you love spam).

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Windows 8 - how to remove/prevent the Power2Go desktop gadget/icon?
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tspnycNewbie Private MessageJoined: Aug 27, 2013 09:18Messages: 24Offline
Solved byAug 27, 2013 09:28Cyberlink Power2go 8 Should I Remove It
When I search the forum I only find posts from 6 years ago about this.
I am now using Windows 8, so do not want to mess with registry stuff that is based on old versions of Windows.
My desktop has the icon or gadget where I may drag files to burn CDs. It is three times the size of other desktop icons, I never use it, it is always showing up where I don't want it.
How can I get rid of it.
Right clicking does not contain any options to exit or close it. Non of the buttons on it are related to this.
I want to make it go away and not come back, unless I go open the program manually.
Thanks.
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SteveNewbie Private MessageJoined: Aug 28, 2013 18:15Messages: 3Offline
Aug 29, 2013 21:42
Hello. Start P2G, then click on the preferences icon (the icon just to the right of the Help question mark). From there click on the General tab, then uncheck 'run desktop burning gadget at windows startup'. The next time you boot up your computer, the gadget will be gone. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any provision for turning it on again manually, i.e. when you want to use it for a short while & turn it off again. Apparently it's either have it on all the time or not at all.
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fantamaceMemberPrivate MessageJoined: Sep 23, 2013 20:32Messages: 56Offline
Sep 27, 2013 15:05
Quote:When I search the forum I only find posts from 6 years ago about this.
I am now using Windows 8, so do not want to mess with registry stuff that is based on old versions of Windows.
My desktop has the icon or gadget where I may drag files to burn CDs. It is three times the size of other desktop icons, I never use it, it is always showing up where I don't want it.
How can I get rid of it.
Right clicking does not contain any options to exit or close it. Non of the buttons on it are related to this.
I want to make it go away and not come back, unless I go open the program manually.
Thanks.

Hi buddy, I have tried unchecking 'run desktop burning gadget at windows startup' and it worked out fine for me. Reply
ohm62Newbie Private MessageJoined: Jun 26, 2010 21:54Messages: 1Offline
Nov 01, 2015 13:53
This is still a problem today! Why permanently preempt screen real estate for a seldom used function? So my only choices are to disable the functionality or to suffer the sight of that ugly rectangle all my work day long? Come on people! This got to be from the fascist UI designer's manual...
Give me the option to launch it when I need it(from the tray icon) and keep it out of sight the rest of the time!
Just for this I am tempted to not renew my license for the whole software suite.
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