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12-09-2008 08:03 AM
to start because hpxjrd01.dll was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem" upon every startup or user change.
Recently acquired the computer from a family member that no longer needed it. Recovery discs unknown. However there is an HDD partition with 733 mb of "recovery". Seems to have problems with some graphics and cd/dvd functions but everything else appears to operate normally. I have spent considerable time on the HP site updating everything I could find but so far no love with this problem. Reinstalling the application sounds complicated and risky (as in start over from zero?) at best Reinstall the entire XP or just hpmon06? Forum search yeilded no results. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance and any info is appreciated.
HP Pavillion 720n
XP Home SP3
12-09-2008 11:34 AM
Unless you have a lot of data on the PC, you may want to run a full recovery just to get it back to where you know it's working:
But if you just want to reinstall some software or drivers:
12-11-2008 02:07 PM
Thanks for the reply.
Sorry it took so long to respond but I had a couple of projects that required my attention.
Yes, WAY too much stuff to start over, but the links you provided were helpfu. It looks like I can just uninstall/reinstall specific apps. After some further searching on the web, it looks like it (actually might be hphmon06) has something to do with Photosmart printer or cardreader, but I didn't see Photosmart on the list of HP apps that can be reinstalled. I installed it from HP when I got a new HP printer and if it was quite a large file and took quite some time to d/l and install.
Meanwhile, it showed up in my startup (and appears to be quite the resources hog) so I disabled it (which I would probably do even if it was functioning normally) which has solved the problem for now, until I can reinstall the apps.
I the course of my saerching, I also found this page at HP, which also seemed helpful, and has to do with a specific printer but may still be applicable, just in case anyone else runs into the same problem:
Thanks again for taking the time to reply.