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NVMRX
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disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?

I strive to eliminate any unneccessary runnning peocess.  I ran across SchedLgU.Txt, which mentioned that MessageCheck.exe was running every hour, or so it seemed. 

 

I assumed that this was someting to do with automatically checking for updates. 

 

I went to "HP Photo creations" and unchecked "enable notifications".  Now when I go to "HP Photo creations", it takes me to "HP'S PRODUCT GETAWAY".  I went to "Online feature options", and again had to uncheck "enable notifications" as well as "enable collection of anonymous usage data". 

 

This was a little annoying, since I thought I already shut it off, & never would have known it was still "enabled" unless I went there to check

 

Will this solve my issue with MessageCheck.exe runnnig hourly?  If not, how do I disable this?

 

I also discovered photoproductcore.exe runing in my task manager.  Can I end this process without any ill effects.

 

I'm satisfied to do any updates manually and have these items disabled or not running until I have a task for my printer.

 

thx

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Win xp pro sp3, HP Photosmart 5510 e

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RocketLife
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Re: disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?

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Hi NVMRX.

 

Thanks for the detailed question. Both of those programs are related to HP Photo Creations. I'll check into it and get back to you. 

 

Thanks for trying HP Photo Creations,

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Re: disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?

Hello again, NVMRX.

 

I spoke with our support team. They can help you right away at this address: hpsupport@rocketlife.com.

 

Thank you,

 

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NVMRX
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Re: disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?

Thanks for checking it out.   

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Re: disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?


NVMRX wrote:

Thanks for checking it out.   


Did you get an answer to this? It's annoying on my very old, updated Windows XP Pro. SP3 machine too. :smileysad:

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Re: disable photoproductcore.exe & messagecheck.exe when printer not in use?

Hi Antdude.

 

Please contact our support team at www.hp.com/global/us/en/consumer/digital_photography/free/software/support-form.html for help with this.

Thank you for using HP Photo Creations,

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