Solved Learn2 Player(uninstall only)

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October 6, 2008 at 11:39:29
Specs: windows98se, 224?!?
I have Learn2 Player(uninstall only)in my Add/remove programs. I have been running AOL 8.0 and now 9.0. What harm would it do to Delete it? "Simple is better" Thanks So Much, Sincerely Ralph

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#1
October 6, 2008 at 13:44:12
What is that program? If you don't want/use it then uninstall it.

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#2
October 6, 2008 at 14:36:52
Learn2 Player(uninstall only) I needed an answer as to whether I should delete it and what effects it may have on my system. I'm trying to tidy things up a bit thats why I did the Post. I need an answer not another question. Sincerely,Ralph
, But I still am not certain if I should delete it or not?!?
There are many ways that the Viewpoint Manager and Viewpoint Media
Player are installed on computers. First of all, it comes prepackaged
with many different software packages including AOL products (for
example, it is used with AIM Superbuddy). Additionally, many websites
like Toyota, Honda, etc. use the Viewpoint Media Player to showcase
their products...
Hoping to hear from you...Tx Ralph

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#3
October 6, 2008 at 14:52:06
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Well, despite your attitude I will respond.

I googled for that program and found it is used by many different programs, including AOL.

Again, if you are not using it then remove it.

FYI, most times just having a program installed will have no negative impact on the performance of your computer. If the program is loaded and running at startup then it may be using resources.

Check msconfig or task manager to see.

If AOL installs that program and you use AOL (yuck) then it may serve some purpose.


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#4
October 6, 2008 at 15:15:56
I'm very sorry if I came across ungrateful. PLEASE forgive me...I've been very frustrated by a number of computer things lately. That I seem to have difficulty getting reasonable answers to without throwing a ton of money at it. There are things in msconfig/startup that I'm not certain of? If could I would send you a screen shot of those. Perhaps then you could make some accurate suggestions.
Thanks for taking the time/care and concern to reply. If you have any other suggestions? Please feel free to send then along. God Bless You... Sincerely ralph

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#5
October 6, 2008 at 15:22:17
As far as the Learn2 is concerned only you can determine if any programs use learn2. AOL is just one of many possibilities. I doubt it is hurting anything.

Post the screen shot.

Why are you worried about removing programs? Are you having some issues or slowdown?


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#6
October 6, 2008 at 16:53:42
Yes! my computer is runnung slower since the upgrade. Another weird thing is that after getting on line. And if I need to Restart the computer. It will start to by going to an all blue screen. Then all along the top of the monitor are these litte greenlines and the computer freezes. I have to Reboot/manually start from the power switch.If I try to Restart right after rebooting it will shut down or restart properly as long as I don't get back online again(most always. A couple of theories have been a "flaky" video card/the "safe" refresh rate is not set right? I don't know how to set that or what it should be?
I can't seem to get the screenshot to work. The selections I get are Delete/Undo/SelectAll. There is no Paste selection. If you really want to or need to have the screenshots and feel you can be helpful with that. I could send them in an email to you directly.
Let me know kindly how you'd like to proceed?!? Sincerely, Ralph
The obvious solution may be a totally new computer which is not possible at this time.So, I'm trying to make the best of what I have "in hand"

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#7
October 6, 2008 at 17:24:41
After reading your posts, I was wondering if it is possible for you to return to using AOL 8.0. It sounds like all your problems started when you "upgraded". You should ask yourself if there has been some advantage to upgrading to AOL 9.0 and if that advantage is worth the headaches. One thing you have to be careful of these days with continuing to use Win98SE (I still use it as well), it is considered by many developers as obsolete. They may believe that the software they have produced "should" work on Win98SE, but they don't go to the trouble to load it on a computer running Win98SE and test it out. Their attitude is often that people should not be using such an old and obsolete operating system anyway.


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#8
October 7, 2008 at 11:05:16
AOL has told me that in many cases you can Upgrade and not lose information, But if you Downgrade you may lose all of your incoming mail and other things...unless you have saved it on the AOL Server. I don't want/need to get into the copy/backing up files mode. Too much bother!!!
AOL is sending a members only disk for 9.0VR of which I will install it with. Until then I guess I'm going to have to live with this.
Thanks for your Help! always feel free to send addtional comments. And I'm still willing to send you the screenshots in MSCONFIG to show you the start up items. And what should or could be eliminated. Let me know and I'll need your direct email address just for this one time purpose.
Sincerely Ralph

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