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Has anyone uninstalled Twonky from a mediasmart?


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I'm curious if anyone here has un-installed twonky from an EX490 or 495? I've also seen some info on removing the HP software as well. Goal is to reduce server overhead.

 

Anyone? Might be a good future topic.

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I haven't noticed problems whatsoever. But I must say that I haven't been doing anything other than PC backups and file backup/storage for the last few months with my server . If you have something specific in mind, like can you still do this or can you still do that, let me know and I'll be glad to test it out.

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Mine is configured with NO media sharing folders. Thus, nothing to index. I am sure the program is still setting resident in memory.

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Also, you can reinstall Twonky should you want to uninstall it for now. This is the installer:

C:\Program Files\Hewlett-Packard\HP MediaSmart Server\PVConnectMediaServer.msi

 

 

You'd then reapply the 3 updates located in this folder, in order of release:

C:\Program Files\Hewlett-Packard\HP MediaSmart Server\data\.updates\.applied\

MSDV301433083ServerPatch.exe

MSDV321...

MSDV331...

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dvn - What version of the HP software are you using? I have 3.0 loaded on my EX485 and It doesn't match what you list above.

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EX495 - 3.3.1.35433

 

I believe Dave has an EX495 also.

 

But in any case, the trick is to install in order of release date.

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I have a customer who has a 495 and thought about getting it out of memory since they don't use it.

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Just disable it in msconfig. That should be enough.

 

*Dave, I'd better update my info. When I previously uninstalled Twonky, I made a copy of PVConnectMediaServer.msi because uninstalling Twonky deletes that file. The other files - the updates in the \.applied folder - remain. So I just got done uninstalling, then reinstalling Twonky and that went OK. It works as well as it ever did, which is to say not well at all. :)

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