Question about HP PSC 2210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I can't seem to get rid of the HP Product registration pop-up. It pops on my screen dozens of times whem I an on the internet. I've tried clicking on register, and it closes. If I click cancel, I can choose when I want to see it. But even if I click to now show it to me again, it keeps coming back over and over. I just want to eliminate it.
This is caused by an entry in the Task Scheduler. To get rid of it, you need to be logged on with Administrator priveleges, then do the following:
1. Click Start, type the following in the search field and press enter: Task Scheduler
2. Cllick Continue to confirm permission.
3. Click Task Scheduler Library in the Left column.
4. Click on any of the following in the center column:
a. InternetService Offers (If your pop-up is regarding the internet)
b. Registration (If your pop-up is regarding registering your PC)
c. Service Plan (If your pop-up is regarding warrenty)
d. Extended Service (If your pop-up is regarding extended service plans)
BTW, notice that the idiot that programed these entries set them to trigger every 30 minutes, indefinatly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
I contacted the online help at HP for the same problem with a different printer. This is a copy of the log. Good luck. Hope it helps us both. It says it is HP Product Registration and that I need to go online to register. Right now there are 36 of these on my computer
HP: Yes, I have a probable solution which will resolve the issue.
May I know, What version of Windows are you using (Windows 98, Me, NT or XP)?
HP: Please click on the Start >> All Programs >> Accesories >> System tools.
You will have an option of scheduled tasks in that.
Please open it and delete all the files related to HP.
Me: It had a HP usg daily in it and I deleted that
HP: Okay, now please click on the Start >> run.
Type as msconfig in it and click on OK.
HP: Click the Startup tab.
roam the list, deselect all the HP programs. Click OK.
After that you need to restart the computer. This will resolve the issue.
I contacted the online help at HP for the same problem with a different printer. This is a copy of the log. Good luck. Hope it helps us both.
It says it is HP Product Registration and that I need to go online to register. Right now there are 36 of these on my computer
Posted on Oct 14, 2007
INSTEAD OF DELETING, I MERELY CHANGED THE SETTING FROM "DAILY" TO "ONCE" .
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
Have you registered the product? I know it seems like a simple question but most people skip the registration of the product.Try going on the sight and register.Sometimes the produscts company recognizes this after you register from the sight and it goeas away. Or uninstal the device and reinstall and try to register
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
Have been having the same problem, but after some searching found this webpage. Hopefully I am registered now. http://www.irislink.com/register/readparam.aspx?ver=HP%20OCR&lang=eng&prod=IRISOCR&pcode=RegHP-00000-HP&id=--- Certainly not the simple web address they advertise. Hope others get some joy with this.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: HP product assistant
I have problem with my hp laptop, when ever i restart the system it is asking insert the hp product assistant disc and then click ok to install, i dont have any other disc other than the one which comes along with printer. please kindly let me how to solve this........
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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