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So it worked? Did it solve your issue?

Hope it did :).

Sorry if it was an annoying process. Some things are unknown trial/error. Hope it worked out. If not let me know.
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I know this is a little late, but I ran into the same issue with sprtcmd.exe on shutdown. The quickest way to get around issues with uninstalling Dell Support Center is to open up MSCONFIG, disable all Startup Items, then go to the Service Tab, hide all MS services and disable the remaining services, click ok, reboot, then uninstall Dell Support Center. Then go back into MSCONFIG and change it back to Normal Boot, reboot and you should be done.
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So it worked? Did it solve your issue?

Hope it did :).

Sorry if it was an annoying process. Some things are unknown trial/error. Hope it worked out. If not let me know.


AitrusSkyy.

I've tried everything possible fix to this point without any luck.
I'll be attempting the one below later this afternoon or early evening.

Thanks!
Mike

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I've tried everything possible fix to this point without any luck.
I'll be attempting the one below later this afternoon or early evening.

Thanks!
Mike[/b]

Did uninstalling Dell Support Center solve the problem? If so, then why not live without the Support Center and keep the download on hand in case you need to reinstall it for a specific problem?

John
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I know this is a little late, but I ran into the same issue with sprtcmd.exe on shutdown. The quickest way to get around issues with uninstalling Dell Support Center is to open up MSCONFIG, disable all Startup Items, then go to the Service Tab, hide all MS services and disable the remaining services, click ok, reboot, then uninstall Dell Support Center. Then go back into MSCONFIG and change it back to Normal Boot, reboot and you should be done.



This did the trick and worked!!
Complete close without the warning and my interaction to close the program error.
Thanks!

Mike
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QUOTE Oct 21 2008, 09:51 AM)
I know this is a little late, but I ran into the same issue with sprtcmd.exe on shutdown. The quickest way to get around issues with uninstalling Dell Support Center is to open up MSCONFIG, disable all Startup Items, then go to the Service Tab, hide all MS services and disable the remaining services, click ok, reboot, then uninstall Dell Support Center. Then go back into MSCONFIG and change it back to Normal Boot, reboot and you should be done.


Hello again,

I just wanted to say the trick to defeating DELL SUPPORT CENTER "SPRTCMD.EXE" is to follow the quote above.
Since the program was removed at its weakest link I have not had a problem since.
All my other Dell programs were not effected and work well.
Quite a learning experience but success in ending this defective program.
If required, Dell Support Center can be easily reached thorough the Dell Internet site instead of on your desktop.
Thanks again for every ones assistance!!

All the best - it's a gruel world out there!

Mike


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