What is a DDCMan.exe Error?

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trickyme2000

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:confused: Can anyone tell me how to fix a DDCMan.exe Error?
I'm getting sooooo frustrated here trying to figure this one out?
I am running Windows XP. I recently had to do a system restore
because of a virus removal.
The restore took my Netscape 7.1 off, and now it refuses to let
me reload it, and I've tried everything.
I keep getting the error message at shutdown that my system has
suffered a DDCMan.exe Error, and couldn't support memory.
What does that mean? And how can I fix it?
PLEASE HELP ME!!!
 

trickyme2000

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Thank-You Sooooooooo Much!! I will go and do it right now!! You just don't even know How frustrated I've been.
Hugs,,
Shelby
 

trickyme2000

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This Spy-Bot thing didn't fix this for me. It loaded, ran, told me the problem was Wild-Tangent,
and I told it to fix the problem. It said it did. I rebooted, and problem is till there. I went to ad remove and un-installed Wild-Tangent.
I then ran Spy-Bot again. It still gave me same error. I said fix it,,,and same thing keeps happening..
Any Other Suggestions??
 
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try uninstalling anything having to do with wild tangent, i had the same things happen, i think that's how i took care of it.
 
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If you're going to delete the Wild Tangent directory then do it in safe mode. Press on F8 repeatedly when Starting up your pc, just before the start-up page comes up.

If there's a problem, then goto http://tomcoyote.org/hjt/ download HijackThis. Unzip the file, run HijackThis and copy and paste a log up here. Someone will be glad to check it for you.
 
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