02-20-2008 04:46 PM
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02-20-2008 11:41 PM
These days I found there will be a error message shown when the system shut down since I install the Set-point.
Error is about “dwwin.exe error and setpoint.exe error” like so on
I try it on XP SP2 and Vista32. This issue will occur on both OS.
After try once and once again, I found the version 3.0 and above will cause this problem.
But just when these conditions are true, the problem will occur.
You change the default keys mapping.
Mapping any key to “volume up” “volume down” “mute”
Then after you make some operations of “volume up” “volume down” “mute” with your mice, and shut down the system, you will found an error message I met shown.
I guess must the hook driver use to display the “volume and mute” message collide with the system.
If you don’t use these functions, the error will not occur.
For admin of this BBS:
Please inform to the engineer fix this problem after your try. Thanks a lot
I spent much time to try out this issue.
Thanks a lot
If any guy is interesting to this problem, welcome to contact me and discuss about this.
02-21-2008 10:30 AM
"Welcome to the Internet Communication World!
The SetPoint software has detected that you don't have the following application (or version) installed on your computer.
Yahoo! Messenger w/Voice Version 7.5 (or above) AIM Version 1.2 (or above)
You need to install the correct application to take advantage of all the features of your EasyCall Desktop.
Clock on the logo to visit the applciation's web page. If you are not a US citizen, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on your country name and follow the instructions. Once the application is installed, you are ready to EasyCall with your friends and family :-)
As seen in this thread:
Disabling the communications helper did nothing for me and I'm sure for many more people than those in the thread. This is really bordering on being spyware/malware/botware.
02-21-2008 02:56 PM
I'm sure for many more people than those in the thread. This is really bordering on being spyware/malware/botware.
I don't like third party tool bars, I chose not to install yahoo's toolbar in setpoint I will just delete it if I find it on my computer period.
02-21-2008 03:09 PM - last edited on 02-28-2008 08:54 PM by Pegasus
This is what I'm talking about:
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Message Edited by Pegasus on 02-28-2008 08:54 PM
02-21-2008 04:43 PM
02-21-2008 07:52 PM
I have an Revolution MX and I have bluetooth adapter for my phone. The drivers are installed but the adapter is not plugged in.
When I try to run the setpoint 4.44 install, I get a pop up that says You must upgrade your Bluetooth software before installing Bluetooth components from Logitech then gives the option to skip or exit setup.
When I click skip it pops up another windows saying I am installing the wrong version of setpoint for my Logitech devices for bluetooth where the only option is ok and then the installer terminates
02-22-2008 03:41 AM
02-22-2008 12:15 PM - edited 02-22-2008 12:16 PM
The only solution is to delete the "WDF coinstaller" lines by yourself from the INF files.
Last time i talked to a supporter on the phone. He told me that Logitech is not able
to reproduce this problem on a PC. Well... they can visit me, i have the Problem all the time,
when upgrading to a newer Version.
And i still have the SETPOINT.EXE crash message when i shutdown WindowsXP.
Message Edited by blazeblade99 on 02-22-2008 12:16 PM