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Old 06-07-2009, 07:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was busy spring cleaning my PC via the good offices of "Add and Remove Programs" when I came across 7 items of Blackberry software. I only have one phone, an 8900, with an 8310 as a spare. Is there any way I can remove any of the following, without compromising my BB desktop software performance:



Blackberry Desktop Software 4.2.2

Blakcberry Desktop Software 4.6

Blackberry Desktop Software 4.6.1 for Blackberry 8900

Blackberry Desktop Software 4.6.1 for Blackberry 8900 (yes twice)

Blackberry Media Sync

Blackberry v4.2.2 for the Blackberry 8310 Series Wireless Handheld

Blackberry v4.2.2 for the Blackberry 8310 Series Wireless Handheld (two of them)



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For the Desktop Software, keep the newer one.

For the duplicate 8900 software, there should be a link in the selection, click on that and it will tell you the version of that software, keep the newer one, that's probably the one that you have on your device. The same for the 8310.
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