Running Win XP Home Edition SP3 with 248 MB RAM 2.8 GHz Pentiym® 4
Getting dialogue box at start up stating that the "Delivery Manager Service has encountered a problem and needs to close."
I get the same error when I try to download the BBCiplayer Desktop.
Have had virus/malware problems. Not sure if the PC is now clean. Running Windows Defender, AVG Free version, Internet Explorer 8. I've updated winddows software from the microsoft website.
As PC is old (slow), I've tried disabling some Windows services to speed things up. Delivery Manager Service is not explicitly mentioned. From a soft re-boot, it takes about 3 minutes to be able to access the start menu. It takes 12 minutes for the computer to stop thrashing the hard drive.
Oddly I have disabled both "Fast User Switching Compatibility" and "Terminal Services" services, yet on restarting the computer both have reset themselves to automatic. Should this happen?
Also just moved over to Post Office Broadband from Tiscali.
Apart from not being able to use BBC iplayer, internet seems to be working OK.
Any assistance would be much appreciated.
Edited by Deopham, 19 November 2009 - 01:48 PM.