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Brian108 [Avatar]
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PowerDirector 365 won't open at all!!? What happened. I just did the January upgrade and now it won't open at all. Help!!!
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optodata
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There are several things you can try. The first would be to uninstall PD by right-clicking on it in the App Manager, then reboot and install it again. If you have trouble doing that, you can try running the App Manager as an Administrator by right-clicking on its desktop icon and choosing that option.

You can also use the standard Windows uninstaller.
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Quote PowerDirector 365 won't open at all!!? What happened. I just did the January upgrade and now it won't open at all. Help!!!


It seems that the CyberLink PowerDirector application stays open in memory even when you exited and closed the app.



  1. For now my solution to this is to simply open your computer task management.
    2. Locate and select the the application named "PowerDirector 21" and press the "END TASK" button.
    3. This fix the issue and you can then open your Cyberlink app however this issue may appear again and you may need to follow the steps listed above.

    This resolves the issue for me. Cyberlink needs to do something about this. This is simply unacceptable and an issue that is affecting many Cyberlink PowerDirecto users. It seems that the Cyberlink App is not closing properly and the app stays in memory. This is why you need to go to your TASK MANAGEMENT and close this particular app if it does not open when you need to use it. This is a CYBERLINK Issue.

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