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ianfyoung

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:tazz: I have an error message that keeps appearing that tells me that Motive smart bridge has had to close down. I am not sure what smart bridge does and if I need it to be running or what problems it will cause when it shuts down. If I need it to be running where can I find a site to download it from or is it part of windows XP.
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brianmil0923

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Motive smart bridge is used by some ISPs(Verizon is 1 that uses this) to provide online help and support. Check with your ISP tech support. They should be able to help you figure out what is going on with this.
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Thanks for the reply dont I know about messing it up Ive dont it several times
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thats how you learn though....lol....i've been working in IT for 6 years and I still need to pull out the recovery disks every now and then....... :tazz:
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Brian Ive just read a posting that says you can get rid of smart bridge by starting up in safe mode and removing a file called bold found in programes/version what do you think?
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personally, I removed it from my computer...if i have a problem i would rather go here than use some software to give me "canned" answers...
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you can actually remove it by going start/programs/verizon online/uninstall online help and support
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Thanx will give it a go if I have trouble I know where you are for assistance if thats ok with you, Cheers Ian
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