There is no information on the Internet about possible applications that aren't compatible with this one. To fix this problem, a simple reboot should be enough. If this isn't working, go to Start, in the search bar type msconfig and press Enter. In the new window, go to Service tab and select the option from the bottom of the page (Hide all Microsoft services). Next, go to Startup page and make sure that all application that aren't system related are unselected. After you reboot the PC, you should be able to start Franklin Access Manager.