05-15-2012 04:25 PM
You should be able to delete this particular pop-up from Task Scheduler as detailed in the document on the link below.
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Microsoft MVP - Microsoft Windows Expert - Consumer
05-17-2012 10:42 PM
Just check mark with in warning box never show this message again. You can also use HP Support Assistant and turn it off there as well. Any HP warnings can be turned off in HP support Assistant just click maintenance and click refresh updates and warning information will display just chaned to never show it again.
If I where you it is very good ideal to keep a warranty on it as long as you can. Because these computers are poorly made from Toshiba Parts. My HP DV7-6135dx has been returned to HP Direct Support for major repairs including a hard drive replacement over five times now in a one year period. This is not counting hours on end adrdessing software issues. Please click kudos if this resolves your issue. Thank you frrw.