I'm trying to set up a Mac Mini (2010, 2.66 ghz, Snow Leopard) as a HTPC. I've had this Mac in a box for some time and just got around to setting it up (I did register it when I first got it NOS). I had no problems installing Firefox; but somehow I messed up installing VLC Media Player. I'm sure I did something wrong; but now I can't seem to undo it. During the installation procedure, I must have messed up dragging the icon to the Apps Folder. I thought I did it right (as I did with Firefox); but the icon never appeared in Apps and I can only run it from the disk image. I deleted everything but can't seem to reinstall it properly to get to the step where I can drag the icon to the Apps Folder. It tells me the file(s) cannot be copied. I do get a VLC icon in Apps that's a white circle with a line through it over pages; but I can't open VLC with that because it tells me files are missing or damaged. I can still open VLC via the disk image; but I don't want to do it that way. Can someone help? Thanks.