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rapport program

by attaibi / June 1, 2011 10:21 AM PDT

I downloaded rapport as part of an online banking program and had issues with flash media. When I went to uninstall the program a message came up stating that CNET knows there is a problem with rapport and flash media but you guys still allow people to download it. I now need to know if you guys have figured out a solution to thisproblem and what am i to do to fix my computer after your program has messed it up?

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Clarification Request
CNET knows?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 2, 2011 5:15 AM PDT
In reply to: rapport program

What was the exact message?

What is this Rapport program, and where did you download it from?

Mark

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rapport
by attaibi / June 2, 2011 8:32 AM PDT
In reply to: CNET knows?

I don't remember the exact message but it stated that CNET he identified a problem with this program (rapport) and flash media and some other programs and is working on a solution to fix it. I downloaded it from bank of America online banking and also founda it again on the CNET website for downloading

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This one?
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 2, 2011 8:29 PM PDT
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Thanks for reporting it, I will forward this along to the
by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / June 3, 2011 2:44 AM PDT
In reply to: This one?

Download.com team.

Thanks!
-Lee

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rapport
by attaibi / June 3, 2011 4:22 AM PDT

So what can CNET do to fix my computer

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I thought you said
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 3, 2011 5:14 AM PDT
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that you downloaded this and installed it, from your banking web site.

What is the problem you are having? Has it uninstalled?

Mark

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Only questions.
by Kees_B Forum moderator / June 3, 2011 5:29 AM PDT
In reply to: rapport

1. If you downloaded it from your banking website, why don't you ask your bank in stead of CNET?
2. This isn't a program from CNET. CNET only distributes it. The maker is http://www.trusteer.com/ Their site has a "support" and a "contact" on the top of the page. What do they say about the problems with their program?
3. It seems unlikely that a program that's not from CNET gives a message mentioning CNET at uninstall. In fact, it seems unlikely that any program gives a message when uninstalling; I've never seen that.
4. All you told "There is a problem with rapport and flash". And then you continue with "computer messed up and needs fixing". What's the relation between those 2 sentences? What's messed up? What needs to be fixed?

Kees

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Ridiculous program
by listlessami@gmail.com / October 12, 2012 9:39 AM PDT
In reply to: Only questions.

I second every negative point thats been said about this program. It does put up multiple communications screens at time of uninstall and even then, I have gone through the unistall process over 7 times now and each time it not only fails, it takes down my computer with it. During unistalll it actually reinstalls. Like this other frustrated person, I am at aloss to describe it becuase its creating so many problems its too much to list! I have had to hard restart 3 times, which i typically NEVER do, and have even seen the blue screen of death attempting to get rid of this. I have tried to unistall in safe mode, safe mode with networking and even dis a system restore to the date before I ever installed this program. Do you know what happened? It was still there! only now it showed an install date that was 6 weeks earlier than I had initially had?!?! How does a program get around somethign as solid as system restore? This is a HIDEOUS program and I would reccomend that no one install and that Cnet warn, rather than offer it. I tried contacting their so called 24/7 customer service before posting these complaining tones (and they have not responded to any calls, any call back requests through their website, any tickets Ive submitted and even duped me when I called them directly! Their 24/7 chat brings up a temporarily unavailable message every time. This company is bogus and ought to be exposed for what it really is!

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Uninstall problems
by TrusteerTechSupport / January 13, 2013 6:14 PM PST
In reply to: Ridiculous program

Hi listlessami@...

We're sorry to hear that you had problems with Rapport and uninstalling it- if there's something we can do, please let us know, you can email us directly support@trusteer.com

The problems you are describing should not happen and we would appreciate if you could help us investigate them further- Rapport and uninstall wise and customer service wise.

Regards,

Alex Man
Trusteer Technical Support

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