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HP Solution center doesn't start...

I am using Windows Vista. As soon as Windows opens, I have recently begun getting a series of windows stating :-----
Please wait while Windows configures the Solution center.
Deleting that window, brings up the next :---
The feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disc that is not available.Insert the ''Solution Center'' disc and click O.K.
Deleting that window, brings up another :----
An installation package for the product Solution Center cannot be found. Try the installation again, using a valid copy of the installation package ‘SolutionCenter.msi’

Deleting that, the others come up again in the same sequence, andeventually disappear after deleting each as they appear again..

Can you advise how I may stop this sequence appearing each day ?

P.S. I tried to remove SolutionCenter from the list of the startup programs (by msiconfig), but i didn't find it. What else could i do?

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I'll assume that you actually have an HP printer (or scanner) attached to this unit.

Uninstall the HP drivers and software which came with your HP printer (or HP scanner) and reinstall it from the driver discs (reinstalling the HP software over the existing installation may take care of it also). If you don't have the discs that came with your HP equipment please post what model you have and I will track down a link for you to download the necessary stuff for reinstall.

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