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I believe this is related to an HP printer installation. You need to identify the process and remove it from the startup. This should be removed when you remove the printer software (Control Panel >Add/Remove Programs or Programs and Features in Vista). An alternate method would be to use the MS Configuration Utility (Start>Run msconfig or type msconfig in search for Vista) then select the startup tab and locate the program and uncheck the box to the left. If you are no longer using the HP printer or bundled software I'd recommend uninstalling those first as it appears it is trying to install additional components.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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