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SmartWebPrinting.msi

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On starting internet explorer smart web is looking for this file. SmartWebPrinting.msi  it was in a temp file but now has gone awol.

Does anyone know where you can get this file from? I have searched in explorer but with no luck.

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Re: SmartWebPrinting.msi

You will be unable to find the file.

The only way to get rid of the error messages and closing all the screens is to uninstall SmartwebPrinting. 

 

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Re: SmartWebPrinting.msi

I have been chasing the same problem.  ..........no luck yet.  Most of the references to the .msi file are pretty ambiguous....   It started after an HP and a Windows update. 

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Hi Markfin,

Thanks for your info. Just to up date you.

I have tried to install the SmartWebPrinting.msi from the original HP CD. But because the SmartWebPrinting.msi on my computer is newer it will not install the old one!    :smileymad:

I think I will contact HP to see what they say.

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I AM ALSO HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHEN IT IS SOLVED OR HOW TO CORRECT IT.

THANKS..........GARY                       [text removed for privacy]

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Re: SmartWebPrinting.msi

Hi,

 

Which version of IE are using? Also, which version of Smart Web Printing (SWP) are you using?

 

The most recent version is 4.6 and supports IE versions 6, 7 and 8, and Firefox v3.5. Check out the SWP website for more information and/or a free download.

 

 

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Thanks for your tips. But the download did not work. I get the message that this has already been installed on to my computer and the only other option is to uninstall. But I have not tried this yet?

 

IE version is 8.

 

Smart Web Printing (SWP) version 1.0.0.0

 

 

 

 

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Re: SmartWebPrinting.msi

I am having this same problem.  I downloaded the latest smartwebprinting, but I still get the pop up and have to click past it three times every time I try to open a new Internet explorer page (ver.8), and even when I try to open control panel.  Any ideas yet?

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Just uninstall and the constant messages go away.  Of course no Smart Web Printing, but that is a small price to pay for no annoyances.

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Like you I have uninstalled smartweb printing. What a relief no more irritating messages - :smileyhappy: No smart web printing either but have I missed it NO I have not.
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I have the same problem and it keeps popping up every time I start my lap top. I think it was a update? Now my all in one officejet j4580 won't even show up on my screen when I plug in the usb cable. If I hit the HP Solution Center button I get a message Passing error in file c:\Program files\Hewlett-Packard\DigitalImaging\bin\hpqscloc\1033.xml.

 

I've tried to uninstall the J4580 but nothing happens. from the program page or the change/uninstall page. I tried to down load it from the website. I tried to use my cd  which came with the product but nothing happens. This was installed in my laptop HP Pavillion dv6426us.

 

I am about ready to reformat the whole computer and reinstall the software

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