Downloaded a program onto my computer. Said it was successfully installed. It does not show up ANYWHERE on my computer. No where. HELPPPPPPPPP.
Last night I downloaded the Learning Lodge Navigator for the Vtech Innotab. At first, everything worked fine. Connected the Innotab to the computer, transfered some files, everything worked great. Then for some reason the Learning Lodge began to tell me that the device was not connected. After hours of trying to deal with that I gave up.
The the next day a system restore was done on my computer. Which removed the Learning Lodge from my computer. Tried to redownload it, it says it downloaded successfully, however, IT IS NO WHERE ON MY COMPUTER. I am so so so so so frustrated. Why would a program say it is downloaded but not show up on anywhere. I thought maybe it installed wrong so I tried to uninstall it so I could reinstall it but it does not show up in the programs list. Does not show up in the uninstall/change program list. IT IS NO WHERE. But it says it was successfully installed. Tried over and over again. I do not know if it has something to do with the learning lodge or with my computer. Either way, these Innotabs remain useless because I can't do anything with them without the Learning Lodge downloaded.3 AnswersSoftware8 years ago
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