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freestar
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What is CEEment

After computer not being used for a couple hours or so I get message saying problem with CEEment and will shut down. What is this and what does it do?
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Part of the software framework (networking component?) supporting Total Care Advisor. If it bugs you, you can open Total Care Advisor, click the little wrench in the upper right, to disable TCA.
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freestar
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That worked fine to stop pop up about CEEment, but now a popup comes on saying ESADVREMINTERAGATOR has stopped working. What is this?

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RasterBlaster
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It is another file associated with HP Total Care Advisor. You can go into control panel, Programs and Repair Total Care Advisor if you want to try and keep it. If you do not use it, you can uninstall it.
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freestar
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I uninstalled Total Care Advisor from computer and I still get the same 2 messages about CEEment and Interagator. So it must not have anything to do with that program. It is just annoying, coming up all the time. I don't know how to find it on the computer so I could elimate the source of these messages. I don't know what either one of them do. Does anyone know what is there purpose is?
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RasterBlaster
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CEE stands for Customer Experience Enhancement - it can be uninstalled in the same manner and resides in the same collection of HP software as HP Update, Total Care Advisor, Health Check, etc....

 

1) I went to my TouchSmart PC.

2) I found CEEment files and a folder at C:\Program Fils(x86)\Hewlett-Packard\SDP

3) I uninstalled Customer Experience Enhancement from Control Panel\Uninstall a program

4) I verified that the CEEment files were removed from the directory.

5) I restarted the computer to see if your errors would come up. It did not.

 

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mikesebooks
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Thanks for asking. I needed that too.

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aaecargo
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Re: What is CEEment

After computer not being used for a couple hours or so I get message saying problem with CEEment and will shut down. What is this and what does it do?

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Markus64
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Ceement ist möglicherweise ein (harmloser, aber nerviger) Virus von HP um der Kundenfeindlichkeit mehr Ausdruck zu verleihen. Denn sonst hätte HP schon längst eine Lösung für dieses Problem bereit. Der Support von HP ist extrem schlecht. Die haben ihre eigenen Tools und System nachweislich nicht im Griff.

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dewetsteyn
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I continouosly get a pop up re CEEment. I read the advice re uninstallation of Total Care Advisor or Customer User Experience, but neither of these 2 programs are listed in Control Panel for uninstallation, are they subsets of another program?

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