The Verizon Media Manager installshield wizard is running. During the Copying New Files stage I receive this error message.
Error 1606: Could not access network location www36.verizon.net/widget/fioslink/downloads/new/Core.cab
I tried with firewall on and off with same result. Ran mediamanager.exe as an Administrator on Vista.
I had Media Manager installed and working when media manager told me there was a software update. Unfortunately, I told it to install the update. Now I have no Media Manager installed and it won't reinstall due to the error above. Help.
I've had exactly the same issue- the original version of Media Manager ran ok, did the update to the new version and it never installed- Error 1606. I Tried the various fixes posted here (firewall off, remove old files etc) none of it worked. Does the new version install for anyone with an XP PC meeting the min reqs?
02-08-2010 02:42 PM - edited 02-08-2010 02:56 PM
I am running Vista 32bit. Some lessons learned with the new release of media manager 9.3.37
When upgrading from 9.3.15, it would get to the point in the install process of removing the older version, however, appears that the uninstall was never successful as each time i would come back into media manager it would notify me that a new version was now available.
To get around this i manually un-installed media manager and reinstalled the latest.
I also noticed that after un-intalling, it would leave the following directory and files: c:/users/name/AppData/Roaming/Verizon/Verizon Media Manager You need to manually remove this directory if you wish a clean re-install.
best of luck.
Been trying to install the latest version of media manager on an XP SP3 machine but I get a strange message saying it "can't detect windows media player 11 or greater...". I have windows media player 11 installed. Any ideas?
03-23-2010 07:32 AM
I have Media Manager installed and working on Win 7 64 bit. My issue is when computer is restarted MM starts and opens maximized taking over the desktop. I then have to close MM which then puts it where it belongs in the taskbar by the clock. I do not see where I can make it start minimized.
I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit. Had Media manager running. Tried to upgrade hoping it would fix some of the playback problems but was getting the msg below. So I un-installed MM and tried to re-install.... (I know, silly me) . Now I have no MM and the same msg....
When I try to install Media Manager on my PC, it starts running and then stops with an error message
The files for installation requirement windowsmediaformatruntime could not be found. The installation will now stop. This is probably due to a failed, or canceled download.