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#1 bliss

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 03:18 PM

In some way, this seems to be part of a larger problem--but my particulars seem different. I keep getting the error message, "Time Executable has encountered a problem and needs to close." This seems to occur almos randomly. It is not associated with my attempts to use any one of my printers. Moments ago it occurred (coincidentally?) as I was opening Thunderbird. It seemed (?) to delay the program's opening.
I'm using Windows XP Professional.
The error message:
Error Signature Hppname dlxctime.exe App Ver 1.31.00 Mod Name dlcxuldr.dll
I get this error message frequently and have bee unable to its cause. I would like to correct the problem (whatever it is), because it is at least a considerable aggravation, even though I am unable to determine whether it is having any practical effect on the function of the computer.
I'll be grateful for any information or assistance.

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 03:46 PM

Computer make and model? Are you using a Dell All-In-One Printer?
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Posted 12 April 2011 - 12:40 PM

I have aDell Precision WS 390, running XP Professional. Printers: Dell Photo All In One 926 and Canon Image Class MF6530.
Sorry to be so late in replying. I thought this system was set to notify me if I got any responses.

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Posted 12 April 2011 - 12:49 PM

I thought this system was set to notify me if I got any responses.

If you are using anything but immediate notification, it's a known issue with the IPB sofware that notifications are not reliable. Change to immediate and the issue should go away.

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