When turning on the computer, the users will get the “Data Manager has stopped working” error message. Sometimes, the computer will just freeze up while you are working some documents on the PC with the error message happens. No matter under which situation you get the Data Manager error message, resolve it instantly so as to ensure the proper running of the computer all the time.
To determine whether the “Data Manager has stopped working” issue that you are experiencing is caused by one or more system files that are used by Windows 7, you’d better run the System File Checker tool. The System File Checker tool scans system files and replaces incorrect versions of the system files by using the correct versions. To do this, you can simply follow the steps here to go:
*Click StartCollapse this imageExpand this im, and then type cmd in the Start Search box.
*Right-click cmd in the Programs list, and then click Run as administrator.
*Collapse this imageExpand this imIf you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type your password or click Continue.
*At the command prompt, the following line, and then press ENTER:
*When the scan completes, test to see whether the Data Manager error that you are experiencing is resolved.
Sometimes, the problem will happen when there is something wrong with the CMOS and you’s better directly clear the CMOS. That is, clearing the BIOS memory on your motherboard helps to reset the BIOS settings to their factory default levels. Most of the time, a mis-configured BIOS is one of the common causes of a computer that frequently suffered from Data Manager errors.
Thirdly, you should check & remove all PC threats from the computer. A PC threat is a software program that replicates itself and severely affects the proper running of the computer as they are able to perform a variety of functions, like annoyingly popping up irrelevant messages, deleting files, destroying hard disks, stealing your personal information, etc. When some needed files were attacked and mis-removed from the computer, you will come to the chance to get a “Data Manager has stopped working” error message upon starting up the computer or running some applications. According to my own experience, it is best to let your antivirus antispyware program always running in the background to realtime block & remove all threats to the computer.
Last but not least, you should fix the corrupt registry with a registry cleaning software. Even though sometimes you can fix the “Data Manager has stopped working” error manually with the above solutions, you’d better check and fix the registry errors at the same time. But they are only recommended to advanced PC users as a minor mistake will bring in unexpected threats to the computer. However, the registry cleanup software is designed to detect errors & remove corrupted files in your registry with only a few clicks. This helps all users to do a complete registry repair job quickly.
However on the other hand, even though right now there are thousands of registry cleaners available in the market, a user should be wise to choose the correctly right software for their computers. Sometimes, some might contain viruses or malware that might harm your computer; or some might not be effective enough to fix corrupt registry errors on your computer causing it to slow down or show some unexpected PC errors.
In a word, a “Data Manager has stopped working” error can be caused due to many aspects on the computer and you have to fix it immediately so as to ensure the proper running of the PC. Just follow the above solutions; you can resolve the problem as quickly as you can.
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