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Corruption in featuremanager

Corruption found in FeatureManager. I'm using Sierra Wireless USBConnect 881. Dell tech support traced the corruption problem to this device. How do I decorrupt FeatureManager? I don't have reinstall software. HELP!

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  • jhaynes611 Apr 26, 2009

    When I turn my laptop on I get a Corruption in FeatureManager backup files have been loaded. This has also removed my AVG Virus Protection program.

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Try to restore the pc back to when it was working ok.

good luck
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