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    Error Message “IVPSVMgr.exe” 09/03/2010

    I am getting this message after updating my Touch Pad driver from Toshiba

    “IVPSVMgr.exe

    Failed to update the system registry
    Please try using REGEDIT”


    Ran Toshiba PC diagnostic tool, no help

    Have run CCleaner, error keeps appearing

    Have searched Toshiba and WinPatrol

    Have searched for the file on my PC, cannot find one

    Computer: Toshiba Satellite P205-S6347
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    2 GB
    200 GB HD

    Any help much appreciated.

    Thanks, Tom

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    It is likely that your last update "Touch Pad driver from Toshiba" was corrupted or did not install properly, attempt to remove the last update and reinstall, if this fails to resolve the issue proceed to...
    Ensure that your system is clean, Run a thorough AV/AM scan on your system.
    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.

    Toshiba IVP Service Manager application which appears as a red satellite
    dish icon in the System Tray. This is Toshiba’s equivalent to the
    Windows Automatic Update feature as, whenever you are connected to the
    Internet, it will check for Toshiba updates.
    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.
    You may want to completely uninstall the Toshiba upgrade application installer and then reinstall;
    Uninstall the Toshiba software upgrade app, clean the system thoroughly with CCleaner, including CCleaner's registry cleaner mode.
    If stopping IVPSvMgr from running solves the problem, then your problem
    likely is a corrupt IVPSvMgr, which you'll have to replace either from a
    CD that came with your laptop or from Toshiba's website.
    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.
    Check path: "C:\toshiba\ivp\ism\ivpsvmgr.exe" to ensure ivpsvmgr.exe is gone, if not delete
    it.

    Reinstall from the disk, or get from Toshiba website when above is complete. Run a thorough AV/AM scan on your system as well.
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    System Restore might help, but imaging software would be better if you have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint Rossmere View Post
    It is likely that your last update "Touch Pad driver from Toshiba" was corrupted or did not install properly, attempt to remove the last update and reinstall, if this fails to resolve the issue proceed to...
    Ensure that your system is clean, Run a thorough AV/AM scan on your system.
    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.


    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.
    You may want to completely uninstall the Toshiba upgrade application installer and then reinstall;
    Uninstall the Toshiba software upgrade app, clean the system thoroughly with CCleaner, including CCleaner's registry cleaner mode.

    Ensure "ivpsvmgr.exe" is not running as a process in taskmanager prior to uninstallation.
    Check path: "C:\toshiba\ivp\ism\ivpsvmgr.exe" to ensure ivpsvmgr.exe is gone, if not delete
    it.

    Reinstall from the disk, or get from Toshiba website when above is complete. Run a thorough AV/AM scan on your system as well.

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    Thanks for the quick reply. Your lead has fix my problem. Sorry for the delay in responding I was in the hospital last week.
    Thanks again, Tom

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