Problem with Microsoft Download Manager

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Hello to All Techyv folks,

My topic for this question is Microsoft Download manager. I recently encountered an error with this. I am using my Windows Vista Ultimate machine to download a few files from the FTP site and get an error that it cannot download the file.

Microsoft Download Manager

There was a problem with Microsoft

Download Manager

Close and reopen the Microsoft Download Manager, and then try to download the file again.

If this problem continues, uninstall the Microsoft Download

Manager and install it again.

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Do I need to make any modifications to my IE web browser? Please help me with my error message?

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Best Answer by Clair Charles
Answered By 0 points N/A #114776

Problem with Microsoft Download Manager

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Hello GARY,

Actually this type of problem comes only because of the error in the file. I mean to say, that there is a problem with your downloaded file. The best solution is that you download it by any other authorized site like Microsoft. The advantage you will get to download from this site is that, it never posses a fake software and also doesn’t give any type of errors in installation.

So my suggestion is that you install it again, by downloading this software from Microsoft site and it will surely work without giving any type of errors.

Cheers.

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Problem with Microsoft Download Manager

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I guess the problem that you are receiving is caused by some incorrect settings or third party software that may be installed. I have the following two workarounds that I will suggest that you try:

Reset Internet Explorer settings:
You will need to open Internet Explorer, and then click on "Tools" in the menu bar, followed by "Internet Options".
Then you will go to the "Advanced" tab.
Next you will need to refer to the "Reset Internet Explorer Settings" section, and from there you will click "Reset".
And then you will click "Close" when the resetting process is done, and then you will close the Internet Explorer and restart it.

Run IE without Add-ons:
You will just click on Start on your computer, and then choose All Programs from the programs list.
Next click on accessories, followed by System Tools, and then Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).
After you have done that visit a website using IE and see how it behaves.

Clair Charles

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