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    I Dl'd 4.7 last week and just got around to oening it up. I was trying to move some ringtones over that I made and tried to open Media Manager. I couldn't get it to do anything and now I can't close it. I even went into Task Manager to end task and it won't. Looks like I'll be deleting it and going back to 4.6.
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    i tried getting desktop manager itself to work but it always gives me a message>>>> desktop manager was inturrputed please re-run the install and try again later<<< i did this with 4.3, 4.5, and even the BlackBerry CD that i got when i bought my pearl

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    Make sure you uninstall any older version of DM on your computer. Go into Control Panel and do it there. I did a search on my computer and came up empty but when I went into the Control Panel there was software there. Try this and see if it helps.
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    i alredy did that looooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnggggggg time ago

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    dj, did you reboot your PC and try again?

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    Are there any old versions of the operating system? Delete anything Blackberry that you can find and reboot. Then try again. I have to think there is somerthing BB on there that is stopping the install.

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    Don't recall for sure, but I believe this is an updated release of 4.7, hopefully fixing some of the annoyances we were experiencing with the initial release:

    Desktop Manager 4.7.0 B50 English - Without Media Manager

    • File name: 470_b050_english_nomediamanager.exe
    • File size: 81.1052 MB
    • Date posted: 17-Nov-08
    Desktop Manager 4.7.0 B50 English - With Media Manager

    • File name: 470_b050_english.exe
    • File size: 216.594 MB
    • Date posted: 17-Nov-08
    There are of course multi-language versions available as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbrown712 View Post
    Are there any old versions of the operating system? Delete anything Blackberry that you can find and reboot. Then try again. I have to think there is somerthing BB on there that is stopping the install.

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    nope i deleted everytyhing off my computer every BlackBerry RIM folder/file even all the files related to my BB cuz i was claeining my comp and now it wont work =p

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    4.2 syncs with ACT just fine, but 4.7 does not even recognize ACT. There is no intellisync button that I could find.

    Any thoughts?

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    Yes. Dump 4.7 and use whatever was working for you. Might want to try 4.6 and go back from there.

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    tried it and it works guud

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    somebody can give another link to download this...this link is very very slowly i think.....thanks

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    Downloads from RIM's site are kinda slow, but we don't permit links to file sharing sites like rapid share for RIM's software, only links from their official site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoDoLk1a View Post
    somebody can give another link to download this...this link is very very slowly i think.....thanks
    it will take a little while to download
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    I just installed Device Manager 4.7.0 B50 without any problems. After install I noticed the autoupdate function had been installed:

    c:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Auto Update\RIMAutoUpdate.exe

    I didn't have the option to disable this feature during install. When I did the Desktop Manager 4.7 install on another machine, I had the option to chose to disable the auto-update feature.

    I maintain a corporate environment which we do NOT use s/w auto updates for any software.

    Is there any way to disable the auto-update function when installing Device Manager on its own?

    Thanks in advance.

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