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Exception in Display Run Map

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2,452 words with 2 Comments; publish: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 10:10:00 GMT; (33178.13, « »)

When I try to do tests on various things on my computer through HP help and

support I get the following message "Exception in Display Run Map. run Map"

We have had a lot of things replaced in our computer under warranty, could

this be why these tests wont work. Should I be concerned about this??

margiegirl

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    • It sounds like theHP diagnostic software package has a problem.

      I would also appear that you are being told to run a program with the name

      Map.

      Beyond this I have no Idea what is going on. I'd suggest that you contact HP

      support since this is an "after repair" issue. I have an HP laptop that had

      to be sent back repeatedly to fix problems caused by in warrenty "repairs".

      "margie" <margie.windows-xp.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      news:6AB2F667-B86D-4E07-9621-C1971809EE98.windows-xp.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > When I try to do tests on various things on my computer through HP help

      and

      > support I get the following message "Exception in Display Run Map. run

      Map"

      > We have had a lot of things replaced in our computer under warranty, could

      > this be why these tests wont work. Should I be concerned about this??

      > --

      > margiegirl

      #1; Thu, 05 Jun 2008 10:12:00 GMT
    • Many thanks. Yes we have had just about everything changed except the power

      supply. It was playing up before warranty with HP ended but wasnt sure what

      was wrong. Have Prestige Protection Warranty and all the insides have been

      changed. Cannot use PC Doctor now either, it was pre installed on computer.

      We certainly feel we bought a "Lemon" and will think twice before buying

      another HP. Thanks will mention it to the warranty service agents.

      margiegirl

      "Chuck" wrote:

      > It sounds like theHP diagnostic software package has a problem.

      > I would also appear that you are being told to run a program with the name

      > Map.

      > Beyond this I have no Idea what is going on. I'd suggest that you contact HP

      > support since this is an "after repair" issue. I have an HP laptop that had

      > to be sent back repeatedly to fix problems caused by in warrenty "repairs".

      > "margie" <margie.windows-xp.todaysummary.com.discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

      > news:6AB2F667-B86D-4E07-9621-C1971809EE98.windows-xp.todaysummary.com.microsoft.com...

      > and

      > Map"

      >

      >

      #2; Thu, 05 Jun 2008 10:13:00 GMT