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BBerry-T 02-07-2008 10:21 AM

Yahoo! Go problems
 
I have reinstalled this application many times. It works for a week or two and then I get e33 error. I have to uninstall the software and then reinstall for it to work. Does anyone know how to resolve this. I like the app but I'm getting tired of uninstalling and installing it again.

MicelebBerry 02-07-2008 10:29 AM

(y) I have the same problem....I would love to figure this one out also.

funkyp56 02-07-2008 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by MicelebBerry (Post 825926)
(y) I have the same problem....I would love to figure this one out also.

they have a yahoo Go 3 beta , give that a try, works on my 8820

BBerry-T 02-10-2008 08:12 PM

I tried the beta one. Still get the same error. Thanks anyway.

aiharkness 02-10-2008 08:49 PM

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Originally Posted by BBerry-T (Post 830010)
I tried the beta one. Still get the same error. Thanks anyway.

I'm curious. Have you tried a hard reset when you get the error? Just wondering if you really must uninstall and reinstall to correct the error.

monkeypaw 02-10-2008 09:43 PM

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Originally Posted by aiharkness (Post 830068)
I'm curious. Have you tried a hard reset when you get the error? Just wondering if you really must uninstall and reinstall to correct the error.

Before I banished Yahoo Go permanently, I tried all kinds of things including a hard reset to get rid of the e33 error, and it didn't do anything. After an uninstall, all was good in the world again.

aiharkness 02-10-2008 09:49 PM

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Originally Posted by monkeypaw (Post 830162)
Before I banished Yahoo Go permanently, I tried all kinds of things including a hard reset to get rid of the e33 error, and it didn't do anything. After an uninstall, all was good in the world again.

Interesting . . . I was just curious. Also, I admit I'm not a heavy user of Yahoo Go. Have used it all along and just installed the new beta when it became available for the 8700. But I haven't ever had any errors. Maybe it would be different if I used it a lot or had it running all the time. Maybe it's the difference in model and/or operating system. Just curious.

monkeypaw 02-10-2008 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by aiharkness (Post 830169)
Interesting . . . I was just curious. Also, I admit I'm not a heavy user of Yahoo Go. Have used it all along and just installed the new beta when it became available for the 8700. But I haven't ever had any errors. Maybe it would be different if I used it a lot or had it running all the time. Maybe it's the difference in model and/or operating system. Just curious.

I think the error is unique to the 8320. I actually liked the program, but it was a little large, and as soon as the error started, there was no compeling reason to keep it.

aiharkness 02-10-2008 10:07 PM

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Originally Posted by monkeypaw (Post 830185)
I think the error is unique to the 8320. I actually liked the program, but it was a little large, and as soon as the error started, there was no compeling reason to keep it.

Yes, it is still a beast. And it really lags on my wife's pearl. Funny if it is an 8320 issue. (Not funny ha ha; but funny peculiar.)


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