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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ok it sounds a little like your computer has been infected with a virus. and its not allowing you to acsess certain programs that will threaten its behavior. try going here and let microsoft remove it for free . ( click here )Then if the problem continues back up your files and do a system repair or reformat the system to insure that your not dealing with corruption .
It is because your excel file is get
corrupted. There are several reasons of excel file corruption; virus
attack is main reason of corruption. You can fix this problem with
the use of "open and repair" utility of MS excel or you can use
Excel repair tool http://www.stellarinfo.com/excel-recovery.htm
If the machine is a Dell with DellControlPoint, open start, run then type msconfig and hit enter. Choose the Startup tab and find the startup item named "Dell" with the Command from "C:\Program Files\Dell\Dell Control Point\Connection Manager\Dell.UCM.exe" and uncheck the box. Hit Ok, then reboot your computer.
Your computer has lost refrence to the registry hive that is required to start the Windows load process. This can happen for differnet reasons. Could be hard drive failing or a software corruption. I would test your hard drive first. On a Dell if you push F12 during the boot process you will get a option on bootable device, select Diagnostic. And test the hard drive. If it's OK, then you can try a repair using this guide CLICK HERE. Or you can just reinstall Windows using your disks that came with the computer.