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    does anyone know what popupsyncld0 is? I saw it once shutting down when I was restarting my computer. Thanx

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    Can't find any reference to popupsyncld0 , is this an ongoing message or just a one of? Is this the correct spelling?


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    I, also, could not find any reference to this.

    As posted by Canuck:
    is this an ongoing message or just a one of? Is this the correct spelling?
    In addition to Canuck's questions, why did you do a restart?
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    It just happened once. I restarted because my computer was slowing down due to updates.

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    If it hasn't happened again, I wouldn't worry. When/if it becomes more frequent we can take a look at it again. We don't have very much to go on for further research. Happy Computing