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#1 Franja

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 01:48 AM

All of a sudden a pop up is appearing on my PC about PCMService.exe, entry point not found, Power Read AC Value, library PCWRPROF.dll. I suppose is some kind of corruption in the Registry.

Do you know how would I can correct it? I tried a software from Uniblue, but apparently the file was also loaded corrupted or doesn't work.

Before I try again with that tool, is there anyother that can help me?

Thanks a lot

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 12:13 PM

I take it you have an Acer or a Dell PC? If memory serves me correct this is a process relating to ACER Arcade or DELL Media Experience

CyberLink's PowerCinema Resident Program startup task found on many laptops (Acer, Dell) where the manufacturer's own Multimedia Player & Organizer (called Arcade on Acer laptops, Media Experience on Dell laptops, etc..) was developed by CyberLink based on CyberLink's PowerCinema software (CyberLink are also the makers of PowerDVD). At the time of writing, 5-Nov-2005, we have no idea as to what the purpose of this task is. What we do know, however, is that on both Acer and Dell laptops disabling this task on the Startups tab does not prevent the Multimedia Player from functioning properly. This is good news because, in our experience, when this task is left enabled it has a history on some laptops of either preventing the screensaver from kicking in, or preventing the laptop from entering standby/hibernation/sleep-mode.

DISABLE this only DONT delete you may have a need for it one day for some obscure task!!!!

#3 Franja

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 01:38 PM

Thank you Dannydee for your response. Yes I have a Dell Notebook Inspiron 1720.

Now, how can I DISABLE and what task. I know is a stupid question but I'm not an expert on computers.

Thanks again

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Posted 13 February 2010 - 02:52 PM

I found out how to disable CyberLink's Power Cinema thru msconfig.

Seems that the pop up is gone.

Thanks Dannydee




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