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ebedsworth
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HPCaslNotification.exe

Hello,

 

Can anyone tell me what HPCaslNotification.exe is?

 

Thanks!

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Dink4
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Re: HPCaslNotification.exe

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This normally relates to HP Software Framework program / software , usually when you get errors from it, it has not loaded correctly, and will give HP Casl Notification , it is a perfectly safe bit of genuine HP Software , go look at event viewer under ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS in ALL PROGRAMS (  you may have to go to properties and check the box to allow this menu to appear ) and see what they relate to .The clues here will help find the answer , especially if you expand APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES LOGS here you will see HP Software Framework etc, look in the right window and the answers will help. Both Win 7 and XP have these error logs.

 

Try looking here many of these errors have been discussed if you read through the whole post.

 

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-Systems-and/HP-Software-Framework-Error-Event-4-and-...

 

Dave.

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hppassportuser1
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Re: HPCaslNotification.exe

This is a problem with HP Hotkey Support.  Solution: Go into Windows control panel and uninstall. Reboot. Go to:

 

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=32...

 

which is the HP Hotkey Support page and download and reinstall the latest HP Hotkey Support driver.  Reboot.

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Ucatereavious
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I have the same notification i was trying to update my GPS software and the pc starts and not responding and i can do anything because i forgot my pc,s password and the fingerprint reader does not work at start windows in safe mode...
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Dink4
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Re: HPCaslNotification.exe

@Ucatereavious

 

Goodluck you've got a few hours of playing to sort that one :smileyhappy:

 

Here's some help though , try reseting your user account password to BLANK ( empty /nothing )with this usefull little tool :smileyhappy:

If that fails use it to reset the Admin account p/w and then try SAFE mode and go in that way.

 

http://www.chrismendlascorner.com/2010/04/windows-password-recovery-by-pogostick.html

 

Always works for me , I usually make a CD , very useful to have laying about when a customer brings in a PC and leaves no password !! It simply wipes the password so you can go back in and reset it after the fixes are done :smileyhappy:

 

Dave.

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