I’m facing a problem on my Dell Dock.

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Hello all,

I’m facing a problem on my Dell Dock. Just a few days ago I was getting this error message:

The Dell Dock has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

When I attempted to throw the error message report, another error message appear:

Dell Dock

There was an error while submitting the error report. Please try again.

The Dell Dock has encountered a problem and needs to close.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Restart the Dell Dock

Please tell Dell about this problem.

We have created an error report that you can send to help us improve the Dell Dock. We will treat this 

report as confidential and anonymous.

There was an error while submitting the error report. Please try again.

I assume that maybe if I uninstall it and reinstall the program, may be it will worked again. But then I received another trouble. When I tried to uninstall the Dell Dock plan, it hanged and I have to wait for a long time. Can you please suggest some resolution for this problem?

I want to have my dock back.

Thank you for your response.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #144940

I’m facing a problem on my Dell Dock.

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Hi Jason,

DELL Dock's problems have been around for a while now so here are some solutions based on previous experiences:

-First you need to show your hidden folders by going to control panel then folder options in the view tab you will have to choose the show hidden files and folders option. Now Delete the directory "C:Users<user_name>AppDataLocalStardock_Corporation" and restart DellDock, the user.config file which usually gets corrupt will be regenerated and the program will run normally.

-If this doesn't work you need to go to the DELL Dock website http://www.delldock.com and download the latest version and install it and it will automatically remove the old version for you.

– If you don't want to update your version of DELL Dock then you can simply restore your computer to a previous point which will also help you get it running again.

Hope this helps

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #144941

I’m facing a problem on my Dell Dock.

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Hello Jason,

You can make use the procedure below to show and hide forms. It just passes a boolean of True to show and False in order to hide. So just try using it and see if it will help resolve the issue.

procedure formStop_Show(Hideshow: boolean);

begin

                Form1.enabled := not Hideshow;

                FormStop.Visible := Hideshow;

                FormStop.Enabled := Hideshow;

End;

Also, you will need to check if the Disk Wipe as well as LLF are both generating the error message on your computer.  You will need to eject the SD cards and see if that will help resolve this issue.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

 

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