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Delivery Manager Error


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suegy

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I am getting this error whenever I first turn on my computer:

"Delivery Manager has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. If you were in the middle of something the information you were working on might be lost."

This happens every time I first turn on my computer.

Can someone help?

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what is delivery manager? google doesnt seem to think its a necessary file for the operation of windows. therefore from that I would just go start, run, type msconfig and find it and disable it from starting up right away. however if its necessary for windows then obviously you shouldn't do that. if you disable it in msconfig you wont get the message every time.
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I have no idea what Delivery Manager is - I was hoping someone there would. I'll try what you said, though. I wouldn't think it is anything necessary for Windows.

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I have no idea what Delivery Manager is - I was hoping someone there would. I did the msconfig and looked in the list to disable it, but I don't see anything in there that looks like Delivery manager to disable. Now what?

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start, run, type services.msc see if there's anything in there

another possibility is task manager.
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I don't see anything there, either.
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