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#1 mickyboy

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 01:38 PM

Hi,
Can anybody help??
This is driving me crazy!
I have had a Dell laptop for over a year now. For the last two months or so, when booting-up, Windows tries to configure Sonic Activation Module. Again and again and again.....
I have absolutely no idea what it is , where it's come from or how to get rid of it.
Whenever I cancel the configuration it immediately tries to do it again!
It tells me that I must insert the C.D.ROM. I did not receive a C.D.ROM from Dell, so cannot proceed  with the configuration.
Can anyone please tell me how I can stop Windows from doing this? PLEASE!!

#2 grandpabruce

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Posted 02 April 2007 - 01:46 PM

QUOTE (mickyboy @ Apr 2 2007, 04:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hi,
Can anybody help??
This is driving me crazy!
I have had a Dell laptop for over a year now. For the last two months or so, when booting-up, Windows tries to configure Sonic Activation Module. Again and again and again.....
I have absolutely no idea what it is , where it's come from or how to get rid of it.
Whenever I cancel the configuration it immediately tries to do it again!
It tells me that I must insert the C.D.ROM. I did not receive a C.D.ROM from Dell, so cannot proceed  with the configuration.
Can anyone please tell me how I can stop Windows from doing this? PLEASE!!


It sounds like something that came with the Dell computer.  It isn't the .mpeg activation that is being spoken of, in this forum.

Try contacting Dell, or you could try uninstalling and reinstalling whatever program is causing the problem.
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#3 Tripper62

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Posted 27 April 2007 - 07:33 AM

Disable install shield ISUSPM.exe  (see - http://www.tasklist.org/task_ISUSPM_exe_5165.html ), I did this it works, or this:

http://thinkingonions.org/?p=33   (I haven't tried this one).


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