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Sonic mamanger is trying to install using a network source that is unavailable. Told to use source: c:\hp\tmp\src\UPDATEMANAGER_MSI\

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  • gcdanaher Aug 08, 2008

    Same as other user. Sonic Update Manager cannot find update.

  • lymala14 Sep 15, 2008

    Hi everybody, i have the same problem with this SONIC:(( c:\hp\tmp\src\UPDATEMANAGER_MSI\ ))



    and i don't know what i havE to do. can you help me please to fix this.

    Thank's..

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2008

    Sure is nice we have the problem. But no one seems to post a solution

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I have this probleme each time i reboot my computer, (From Sonic), and i don't know qhat to do with this, thank's to help me...
c:\hp\tmp\src\UPDATEMANAGER_MSI\

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Http://www.pcfixreview.com/software/sonic-update-manager-problem/ try this its great. ws having same problem. found this post. good luck. glad to help.

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