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papabig

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Inadvertently began download and did not finish, now it just starts over and over. How do I delete?
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james_8970

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Hello and welcome to geekstogo,
do a search on your computer of the programs name and a folder should pop up with the exact same name. This should remove this problem. However next time please post under the correct subject, as this has nothing to do with internet explorer or any browsers.
thanx
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big tooth

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Just went through the panostandalone fiasco myself.Turns out its not a thing to remove but file(s) to restore. In my case three file(s) are located on a cd titled HP Photosmart R717 digital camera Image Zone S\W. The three are a panostandalone folder, a cab file, and an msi file. I supplied the disk that Windows Installer was craving and shortly after the problem was resolved. I suppect that your problem is similar to mine. Good luck.

Edited by big tooth, 06 March 2006 - 05:17 AM.

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rickncari

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Big Tooth, Thank you very much for your post. My issue was also the hp photo software. this was very helpful. Now does anyone have an idea as to why the files were lost. Thank you again :tazz:

Rick :)
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Thanks for the data here. It allowed me to get out of this "loop".

I had recently updated the HP software from the Software Update feature. From my perspective, I can only assume that it is this action that resulted in the need to re-insert the CD. I don't know this for sure, but this is my belief.

I noticed the message the first time my son switched users to get to his account; And noticed it earlier today when I resytarted my PC on my account.

Problem is not fixed with the proposed solution.

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mystical1

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I had the same problem after I had cleaned my registry. Inserting the HP Image Zone Disc quickly solved the problem.
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rickncari

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:blink: Hello, I found out what was removing ours i used a error eraser and it thought that the Hp software was an error. We have solved this issue. :whistling:

Edited by rickncari, 02 April 2006 - 11:09 AM.

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PANCAK3

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HP is junk.....too many useless softwares preinstalled for u...
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[topic="panstandalone"]resolved[/topic]

Thanks for all the help.

The HP disc solved the problem.

Earl J Prignitz
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Panostandalone was driving me crazy too. I finally had to leave my HP installation disc in the CD drive as the pop-up would come out of nowhere and reappear again. I now put the panostandalone installation file on my desktop just in case it come back when I am using the CD drive for something else.

HP needs to supply a fix for this because it is really a pain. This has been a recent thing as my computer has been fine for the past two years.

Thanks for all the info on this subject.

Chuck
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Hello Big Tooth.
Thanks for your help, I sorted out the PanoStandAlone annoyance, by removing both following HP software, which were IMAGE ZONE 4.8.5 @ 165.00 Mb and IMAGE ZONE PLUS 4.8.5 @ 3.48 Mb.
Solution was straightforward - I just registered 'Geeks to Go' today, looking forward to resolving some more problems. Thanks.
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None of the above solves my PanoStanAlone or Photo Gallery problems. HP and their junk continues to make my otherwise lovely life miserable - even when removed. Yes I did do a registry clean-up about the time this started. Help - save me from HP [bleep]!
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