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I turn on my computer running Windows 7 on an HP Laptop and am prompted to allow or disallow "hpzsetup.exe" to make changes to the computer (I have an HP Photosmart C4795 printer). When i click "No" a second window pops ups asking me to "Retry" or "Cancel" the installation. When I click cancel the first window comes up again. When I click "Yes" on the first window, the HP program begins to install but then quickly it tells me a fatal error has occurred. It says it is uninstalling itself and when it is done with that it asks me to restart the computer and tells me to refer to error situation code 06111169. After I restart, the first window opens again prompting me to allow or disallow "hpzsetup.exe" to make changes on the computer, starting the whole process over again.

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Try starting in safe mode.
That should allow you to get into your systaem without that starting up.
You will thenhave to go on line to HP to find out what the code meens then you should be able to fix the problem.

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