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sqldumper

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by KenP, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. KenP

    KenP Flightless Bird

    Purchased new Dell PC w/XP Pro. After setting up, I proceeded to remove
    Contact Manager cause I'd had problems w/it afore. Using Add/Remv programs, I
    proceeded to uninstall and when it came up to uninstall, SQLDumper was
    inclueded in the list of items to remove. I left it checked and went ahead
    w/removal. Now every time I start PC I get msg SQLDumper failed to
    initialize.

    I found one post on another forum where it said to remove SQL so I did and
    installed M/S SAL v5. Nothing changed.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    TIA

    KenP
     
  2. neil

    neil Flightless Bird

    Hi,
    Never heard of it myself but I would think it's either a service or in the
    registry run command and didn't get removed during the uninstall. Go to
    control panel and under "administrative tools" then "services" look to see
    if its listed, from there you can disable it. If not using the "run" command
    type "msconfig" and see it it's listed in "startup". If it is you will need
    to edit the registry to get rid of it permanently so are familiar with
    editing the registry.?

    Neil

    "KenP" <KenP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:0E958A5D-7F30-4108-8AC6-04197DA5676F@microsoft.com...
    > Purchased new Dell PC w/XP Pro. After setting up, I proceeded to remove
    > Contact Manager cause I'd had problems w/it afore. Using Add/Remv
    > programs, I
    > proceeded to uninstall and when it came up to uninstall, SQLDumper was
    > inclueded in the list of items to remove. I left it checked and went ahead
    > w/removal. Now every time I start PC I get msg SQLDumper failed to
    > initialize.
    >
    > I found one post on another forum where it said to remove SQL so I did and
    > installed M/S SAL v5. Nothing changed.
    >
    > Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > TIA
    >
    > KenP
     

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