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HP Sure Run keeps flashing on screen

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HP Elitebook
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

The small HP Sure Run keeps flashing saying in the bottom right hand corner. I use Task Manager to disable HP Sure Run but it starts up again after a few seconds. I tried to uninstall HP Sure Run but it said I can't uninstall it as it is active. It has stopped my connecting to the internet from my laptop. I'm using someone elses computer to register this question.

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HP Sure Run is technology built into certain Elite systems currently that, when enabled, is designed to prevent a virus or other malware to take down Windows security services and/or applications... You use the Hp Client Manager to enable or disable the function... It requires The Hp Client Security Manager and the HP Sure Run software add-on to manage

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