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This process sends errors to Microsoft for evaluation.


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You should keep QueueReporting in startup if you really want to send infos to MS. But you shouldn't to this, even more because it rarely (never) comes up with a solution to your problem .... You're better served with a Google search ! ;-)



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throkr
09/07/2011 You should keep QueueReporting in startup if you really want to send infos to MS. But you shouldn't to this, even more because it rarely (never) comes up with a solution to your problem .... You're better served with a Google search ! ;-)
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Pippin
11/03/2011 You should not keep QueueReporting in startup because Microsoft never sends an answer. I have requested help in the MS Forums on why I never get an answer to my laptop issues. No one there seems to know. At this point I'm turning it off because it never has sent me any solutions
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EOLR
11/06/2011 You should not keep QueueReporting in startup because really microsoft, does this really help people I Think NOT!
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Anonymous
05/31/2011 You should not keep QueueReporting in startup because it sends info 2 Micro$oft
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Ryan
05/03/2011 You should keep QueueReporting in startup because it logs and reports errors to Microsoft for evaluation.
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gdirtydime
06/04/2011 You should keep QueueReporting in startup if you need reports on errors on your computer
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Anonymous
12/08/2016 You should keep QueueReporting in startup because i want to
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cjl182018
11/28/2016 You should keep QueueReporting in startup if you think it is useful & necessary. I'm not sure of either, plus I don't know how to opt-in or out-out!
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Anonymous
10/09/2016 You should keep QueueReporting in startup because IT SEND BAD STUFF TO YOU--HAVE ' NEVER ' HEAED BACK.
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Anonymous
09/03/2016 You should keep QueueReporting in startup because it monitor the errors and send it to MS for a solution and a fix which they very rarely find the solution and a fix from the process error.
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