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Limon8
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After doing the upgrade to Windows 7 Home Premium from Vista Home Premium I was unable to use MediaSmart and now cannot play my blue-rays, but after 3 hours with tech support I have also lost my webcam on my Pavilion dv7-1468nr. Does anyone know how I can successfully install MediaSmart Webcam software that was originally working before calling tech support? Also when i spoke to tech support about the Applying transforms verify valid erroe they did not acknowledge it as existing.

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jv2010
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I downloaded Cyberlink Youcam - which seems to be the same program as the MediaSmart Webcam. It is a limited program - but works until HP fixes the MediaSmart issues.

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Managed to install everything after several days of trying and failing i have a hp hdx16 and had all the same issues as all of use:

Error applying transforms.

Verify that the specified transform paths are valid.

c:\hp\temp\src\1033.mst error on all mediasmart software even though i uninstalled it before upgrading to windows 7 i think the problem is to do with registry files so what i did first got a registry cleaner e.g cleanmypc- registry cleaner (free licence code on youtube)..cleaned registry files with it....then went into my registry (by clicking start then type regedit) ctrl F to search the registry and look for old mediasmart software & cyberlink(e.g put cyberlink in the search field) delete everything you find on your computer including searching your drive. the real fix that worked for me after doing all of the above .......the following i system restore a few times till i finally got it right because i must have deleted a windows installer file so it wouldn't install or uninstall somethings but dont worry system restore will fix any errors you do to your registry. You dont have to do it if you dont want to but the following worked for me.click start type ''regedit'' press ctrl F then search 1033.mst (if thats the error code your getting like i was) and delete the files that come up. I also suggest running the installation after everytime you delete a registry to see if it works and avoid deleteing registrys that do not need deleteing. Hope This Works Like It Did For Me

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