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Old 04-30-2009, 04:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HELP! I downloaded .132 and tried running it, but it says "Error reading setup initialization file". What does this mean? and what do I need to do?

My file size is 104MB, so I think it's complete.
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Did you download the setup program from a reliable source?
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Do you mean the Desktop Manager? I downloaded the latest 4.7 version DM from Blackberry website.

Or do I need a different setup program?
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Yes, I mean the DM. You may have just gotten a bad download. I'd try downloading again.
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