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If you are running Windows 7 as your OS, do the following:
1: Press the "Windows" button on your keyboard. (Right between CTRL and ALT)
2: Move mouse to right side of the window and left click on "Devices and Printers"
3: The list of available printers will now display.
4: Right click the HP1010 and then move mouse cursor to "Remove Device"
5: Left click "Remove Device
6: Left click "YES"
7: Bye Bye HP1010