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"Sonic Update Manager" on Dell PC Dimension E510 Bootup


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jonny262

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I don't understand what the big fuss is. I actually do like Sonic and I like keeping it. I have an Inspiron and have the same problem described here. I went to the Sonice site, downloaded a hotfix, ran it, and it was taken care of. 5 mins max. Never have the same problem again. Sometimes when the finger is a little sore there is no need to cut it off. If you actually don't care for the Sonic software I suppose you did the right thing.




I had this problem after uninstalling another bundle of software which came with my Dell Inspiron. It looks like I must have deleted some shared files. There is a hotfix here
http://kb.roxio.com/...N?set-locale=en

Edited by jonny262, 22 May 2007 - 03:41 AM.

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Well I changed something and my 3 year old Dell started getting the Sonic Update Manager load CD problem.

After reading this thread, I used the Control Panel add/remove program and removed the Update Manager and the two programs listed above, and the problem is solved.

thanx,
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