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You may have a problem starting telephony service.


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I'm trying to install Motorola deluxe edition phone tools that I downloaded from Limewire. Everything looks good until that part (Phone and Modem control panel can not be opened. You may have a problem starting telephony service.) starts up. I've already installed a phone tools CD for a Sony Ericsson W300i that works perfect. Any idea what's going on? The Motorola phone I'm trying to use with the phone tools addition is The Motorola RAZR V3 (black) It's supposed to be compatible with/or use this version. Any ideas on what to do? Thanks to all.
Sincerely, Stephanie
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Motorola Phone Tools Deluxe is not free. http://www.bvrp.com/...luxe/deluxe.htm

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