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Old 01-23-2008, 05:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am getting the above with "Program is asking to terminate it in an unusual way.
This is when I dbl/click on media manger in Blackberry Desktop Manager 4.3. I have unistalled & reinstalled 4 times, reverted back to Windows Media Player 10 from 11, Uninstalled & reinstalled with McAfee security service turned off, chatted with tech support from AT&T. This is on a 8310 Curve & had a 8700c for 2 years prior. All othe applications/programs in the media manager work fine. I use BB Internet service for my emails accounts. I have gone to BB site & they have a solution for the BB Enterprise server or the sync, & have gone to Roxio site & tried thier solutions to no avail...any help here would be much appreciated.
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