conflict catcher

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is there a windows program that fixes program conflicts

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“Conflicts between applications need to resolved by the developer of the applications.”

Such an answer as above, is not helpful.

Such an answer does not help the user who is having system crashes when individual scans show all is ok.  Programs which do different things, often use the same chipset, or driver software..

The short answer, is yes, they make conflict catchers, I’m not sure which ones are good. I remember a great program called “Conflict Catcher,’  I don’t know if they have it for pc.

After you are satisfied the developers don’t have the issue fixed, duplicate the problem, start going through the steps, and one by one, add or remove what is running, or change configs until you  isolate which combination holds the conflict.

Then ask someone what to do.. substitute, change settings… use a different program, re-install,  etc

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  • Buddyfarr
    there is a program called Thinstall that can fix this if you are talking about two programs conflicting with each other, such as DLL conflicts and such. please visit thinstall.com.
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