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Old 12-21-2009, 08:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Installed desktop manager, pc internet now sloooow

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Here at work we have several users with blackberrys and several different models of dells. An employee here recieved a curve 8330, installed 4.5 desktop manager and everything on his pc came to a halt dns/internet wise. We removed it and upgraded to 5.0.1. Still the same. We ran a system restore point to before he loaded desktop manager, BAM pc quick again.
This is 64 bit xp and with the software on (and now even with it off) serving pages is terribly slow on the pc. Browsing the domain is horrible. It's only doing it to him.
Any thoughts? Most of my searches for slow internet only turned up posts for internet on the blackberry itself. Thanks.
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did the version have Roxio? That's a flawed program and really shows down the startup of one or two of my computers. Not sure if that interferes with the network related stuff but it's the one thing that's optional.
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Yes it did but I THINK he skipped that, I'll double check. We've removed it for now and will check a few more things out. Thanks for the reply.
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