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Net Broadcast Event Window

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 11:39 AM

Whenever I shut down my computer, I get an error message that says, Net-Broadcast Event Window 1.0.5. not responding, and I have to shut it down manually. I was wondering what this is, and could it have any connection with Outlook Express and my inability to send out any email.

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Posted 14 March 2007 - 11:54 AM

I found a myraid of responses to your issue. The following quote sums it better than I can.

The consensus of the people who dealt with this issue is that is caused by Catalyst
Control Center interacting badly with .NET. The solutions were found by trial and
error, with different combinations of uninstalls, reinstalls, and repairs. If you
have the time and patience, search google for "Broadcast event Window 1.0.5", and
experiment with the procedures followed by the users who were successful.

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