Article Number: 000131238
This article will take you through some reported faults and solutions for the Dell Digital Delivery website.
DDD is online storage for the software you purchased for your Dell system, when you ordered your Dell System.
Entitlement to the license and download is kept available for either:
Whichever occurs first.
Dell understands that after operating system reinstall's, system reimages or major part replacements (Such as the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) or Motherboard (MBD).). May require paid for applications are reinstalled.
Check your firewall settings, adjust them if needed.
Verify your Internet connection by connecting to another secure website such as:
If this works, try connecting to:
If this brings up a secure log-in prompt, try connecting to digital delivery again. If you do not see this prompt or you still cannot connect to digital delivery, your firewall settings may need to be adjusted.
Dell Technical Support may be able to make some suggestions in these cases by looking at your main client log files:
Uninstall and reinstall DDD from the Drivers and Downloads website.
This problem may appear as a connection problem because the Dell Digital Delivery windows Service cannot fully launch.
To identify this issue, look in the main log file.
You will see an entry like this:
No EULA Agreement; Terminating service. [PreInitCheck]
The solution is described in the article that is linked below:
In short, this can be fixed by modifying (or creating the entire key if it does not exist) the following registry entry using regedit.exe:
Manually setting this to a string value of 1 will fix the problem. After fixing the registry entry, the customer simply needs to launch DDD from the Start Menu. Setting this registry value has the same effect as the customer accepting the DDD EULA (End-User License Agreement).
.NET Framework 3.5 is required (which is built into Windows 8 and 10.). Navigate to Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows Features On/Off > Enable .NET Framework 3.5 (Includes 2.0 and 3.0) as indicated in this Microsoft Library article.
Both Windows 8 and 10 ship with the newer version of .NET Framework--version 4.5 at least. There are times when an application requires the previous .NET Framework version 3.5 and will not install on a system with Windows 8 or 10. Visit our accompanying article on this topic for further steps or guidance.
Have you selected having Office installed on your new Dell system? If so, please see our accompanying article for step-by-step instructions. There is basic troubleshooting information, should you encounter a problem.
To install or reinstall Microsoft Office on a system where it has been uninstalled, or had the Hard disk Drive replaced. Check out the following article:
To download one of your purchased applications to your system. Where you cannot find the application listed in DDD. There are several things that you can do:
Ensure that the application was purchased for that particular system - DDD identifies applications by entitlement and service tag.
Reinstall or reset DDD as shown in section 2
If software is not available in Dell Digital Delivery, kindly check Dell Digital Locker. If you are still unable to find what you are looking for, then please Contact Us in order to check your entitlement for the system. If there is an issue with missing applications, tech support can escalate the issue for you.
(Fig.1 Dell Digital Up to Date Screenshot.)
You are trying to register your system. If you are receiving either the error message that is shown above or the SysPro.exe add-on will not install. Follow the instructions below:
Gather all the information that you are wanting to update.
Contact our Technical Support on the link below. Ask them to raise a case on your behalf with the site - This will enable the site to resolve your account issues.
If you encounter an error "Serial number already in use," when attempting to reinstall Adobe software using Dell Digital Delivery. Refer to Adobes article, "Activation and deactivation troubleshooting"
19 May 2021