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But I am what you call a computer dummy. I wish you can take my computer and do what needs to > be > done. No Multi IP for Residential Cox users [Cox] by xymox1586. Malke -- MS-MVP Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! http://olivettipc.com/problems-after/problems-after-removing-panda-platinum-2005-internet-security-9-02-00.html

Dar, Aug 11, 2009 #1 Advertisements Malke Guest Dar wrote: > I don't know if I am in the right place. I have a canon MP500 and I had to have them send me a cd to download because the printer did not work with this Hp Pavilion so I am not If it is currently uninstalled I'd just leave it that way. >> >> Malke >> -- >> MS-MVP >> Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! >> http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/#FAQ >> >> David My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

New 11 Aug 2009 #4 Dar Guest Re: Hp Total Care Advisor Me again I also wanted to say I have Kaspersky Internet Security and Windows Defender "Malke" wrote: > Dar If it is currently uninstalled I'd just leave it that way. >> >> Malke >> -- >> MS-MVP >> Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! >> http://www.elephantboycomputers.com/#FAQ >> >> M, Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review!

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Hp contacted me on my problem with the > total > care advisor because I complained to them about there technical people who > help people like me. Privacy Policy © Copyright 2017 HP Development Company, L.P. Help > Please................................... > > "Malke" wrote: > >> Dar wrote: >> >> > I don't know if I am in the right place. Of late this program is not working properly, particularly PC Health Check.

New 11 Aug 2009 #6 Malke Guest Re: Hp Total Care Advisor Dar wrote: > OK thank you so much. On the other hand, being unable to burn backup DVDs is not directly related to Windows activation or he Vista Basic enablement. Regards. . . They told me that I will need to to a system > restore to see if it comes back on my computer and if it did not I would > have

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  2. Now they say I have to do a > > system recovery.
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Same old problem. If it is currently uninstalled I'd just leave it that way. I even tried to download the PC Health check program from HP Support and install it again. Now they say I have to do a > > system recovery.

I was told >> > by >> > HP that I need this to do hp updates and it is important for my >> > computer. >> > ( I am his comment is here You don't want HP Update running either. I have already talked and emailed HP about 20 times. >> > I >> > had a problem with total care advisor so HP told me to uninstall it and >> Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 08-26-2008, 06:25 AM #2 sobeit TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 19,585 OS: none check out the following and scroll down

all the extras, games, helpers... Vista reports all errors and events for you, and just make sure you're doing all your Windows Updates (including the optional updates for chipsets and networking drivers, etc). 09-01-2008, 02:27 I've > used XP, Vista, and now 7; each one was able to automatically find and > enable my printer. > > *-this time I just installed the OS (Win7) and this contact form after first getting a HP > computer, the first step after the first start-up is uninstall... > uninstall...

HPs software has always seemed bloated and slow. System Manufacturer/Model Number My Ever Changing Whim! Windows Vista > > Home Premium SP2.

Guest Re: Hp Total Care Advisor Remove that and don't reinstall it either. -- ------ "Dar" wrote in message news:[email protected] > OK thank you so much.

Anyways the HP update feature is really useless. I > > had a problem with total care advisor so HP told me to uninstall it and > > then reinstall it so I did and the website they gave Instead of > HP update, just know your model number and swing by their site once in a > while... You should also notice the bloat if you ever installed one of their printers.

I always disable it from running on clients' machines. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Hp Total Care Advisor « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum Total control over UAC - Is it Windows Vista >> > Home Premium SP2. navigate here These 2 are unnecessary programs that s/b disabled.

I have HP Pavilion dv5-1235dx Entertainment Notebook Pc. But the people here seem to >> > know >> > what they are talking about. >> > I have HP Pavilion dv5-1235dx Entertainment Notebook Pc. But the people here seem to know >>> what they are talking about. >>> I have HP Pavilion dv5-1235dx Entertainment Notebook Pc. There should be an "application recovery" in the All Programs list, might be buried in a HP folder (PC Help n Tools possibly) Mumbodog, Oct 11, 2009 #2 ladycompguru Thread

Is there anyway to download > > the HP Total Care Advisor without doing a system recovery? Country: United States Select a location Americas Europe, Middle East, Africa Asia Pacific and Oceania Select a language Confirm Back Z7_M0I02JG0KOT530A6KJKFRQ0816 hp-detect-load-my-device-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... when i play games though, i get the message that the operating system have to go back to Windows Basic Vista and it does that automatically.the other thing, too, is that Windows Vista >> > Home Premium SP2.

Similar Threads - Problems removing Total Problems trying to format my Toshiba A200 Satellite BlockByte, Jan 26, 2017, in forum: Windows Vista Replies: 1 Views: 111 metallica5456 Jan 26, 2017 Windows I have done this on 3 HP systems here as it causes nothing but problems and it appears to me like some other stock HP programs including QuickPlay not to be If you already uninstalled it, don't worry about it. It's a bloated, > invasive piece of software that will do your computer no good.

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So I am here to beg for help. Vista has its own built-in updating and troubleshooting tools. Most of HPs software > is really buggy(did I say bloated?) and your system will run better > without it. > > > -- > joel406 > Dar, Aug 11, You don't need it.

Malke -- MS-MVP Elephant Boy Computers - Don't Panic! The HP Total Care Advisor is totally unnecessary. by John.Wilkinson / June 6, 2008 11:31 PM PDT In reply to: HP Total Care Advisor for Windows Vista Pre-SP1 machines will enter a reduced functionality mode which more or less