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Communication Manager Has Stopped Working

by zmatt / December 3, 2008 12:02 AM PST

Good Day All!
Any Clue? I Get An Error After Booting Up As Follows:
Communication Manager Has Stopped Working And Will Now Close. Everything Seems Ok Otherwise.
I Was Wondering If Anyone Has This Message And If So Have Any Knowledge How To Resolve. I Don't Like Seeing Errors Like This As It Leads Me To Believe Something Is Wrong Somewhere.

Any Replies Welcome ....

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Verified What 'Communication Manager' Software Means??
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / December 3, 2008 5:41 AM PST

For example, AT&T has a their wireless Communication Manager software per the link below:

Cingular has something similar..

Logitech webcams have such a title as well:

Try doing a search for the file name or the program name in the Control Panel/Programs and Features.. If it's something you don't use, uninstall it.

Hope this helps.


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by zmatt / December 3, 2008 2:38 PM PST

Thankx Griff

My Nephew Had A Laptop With The Same Problem I Belive This Is A Logitech Issue ..
I Will Remove And Re-Install Logitech Updat E And Run.

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This is likely the problem....
by sfbayareapilot / September 19, 2011 1:38 AM PDT
I started getting this messenger after installing a logitech webcam. The message appears when I don't have the camera connected to my PC, which is most of the time. Hope this helps!
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