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At boot time appears message 'Device Monitor Appliaction (mispell

Every time I boot up my PC I get, when my
Desktop screen appears, the message 'Device Monitor application has

encountered a problem and needs to close etc etc.' I had this problem after I installed my wireless Lexmark Printer model Z1480 about 2 weeks ago. I unistalled and reinstalled the lexmark software (cd) but could not get rid of this boot time error message '' Device Monitor Appliaction (word is mispelled) has encountered a problem and needs to close:.

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Try this:
1. download combofix and follow his steps (don not agree with recovery console)
link is here : http://www.combofixdownload.com/

notify me if problem is resolved

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