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Computer Blog - thebroadroom.net: Corel Photo Album 6 has encountered a problem and needs to close

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Corel Photo Album 6 has encountered a problem and needs to close
posted by Colleen Shirazi, Sunday, November 13, 2005 at 11:50 AM (Pacific)

Update: 2/2/2006

The link in the original post no longer works. Corel issued an update to fix this problem, so they apparently have taken down the original link.

Here is a link to the Corel updates page:

Corel Support, Patches and Updates

Here is a link to the text they took down:

Symantec Integrator has encountered a problem and needs to close.

The reason I'm linking this text is that I had a similar problem using all of the features of Norton Internet Security on that same computer. Unticking that box fixed both the Corel and the Norton crashes, and it's easy enough to simply make Google.com your Home Page.

Note: If you have a fairly recent Dell computer, that has the trial version of Corel Photo Album 6 pre-installed in it, it's likely that you've already been set up to receive updates for this program. Try:

Start > All Programs > Program Updates

Look under Settings/Change Update Settings, Only notify me regarding updates to these programs... to see what's in there.

If you use Earthlink Total Access, they have also issued updates. Since simply unticking the Google box in the Total Access settings seems to have resolved the problems without adding more overhead, that's what I did. (The people using this PC do not use Earthlink Total Access.)

Original post:

Corel support

Bizarrely enough this works so far.

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