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Satellite Pro P100 - error message- "failed to get session notifications"
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Permlink Replies: 3 - Pages: 1 - Last Post: 30-Jan-2008 07:08 Last Post By: Jeffrey
bull7

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Satellite Pro P100 - error message- "failed to get session notifications"
Posted: 28-Jan-2008 12:14
 
Every time i switch on i get the error message "failed to get session notfications"
What is this?
How do i fix or disable it?

thanks
R2D2

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Re: Satellite Pro P100 - error message - "failed to get session notifications"
Posted: 28-Jan-2008 12:47   in response to: bull7 in response to: bull7
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Hmm... looks like an 3rd party software notification.
Possibly you have removed (uninstalled) a program but the registry contains some bad entries which cause this strange notification.

Do you know the free application "CCleaner"? It repairs and cleans the registry and system files. Maybe this program could helps to get rid of this message...

Good luck
bull7

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Registered: 28/01/08
Re: Satellite Pro P100 - error message - "failed to get session notificatio
Posted: 29-Jan-2008 16:22   in response to: R2D2 in response to: R2D2
 
Yeah ive downloaded and ran ccleaner. But the problem is still there. Thanks for the idea. Any more ideas?? i would be very grateful for any suggestions.
Jeffrey

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Re: Satellite Pro P100 - error message - "failed to get session notificatio
Posted: 30-Jan-2008 07:08   in response to: bull7 in response to: bull7
 
Yeah…. I’ve got one idea.
You should start the “MSCONFIG” and should check what services and process starts at the beginning. As R2D2 has suggested, there could be an old entry which must be disabled.
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