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the user acount control keeps popping up whether I hit yes or no to make changes. servlink.exe is a folder from yourownscreensaver. I deleted the screen saver from my control panel but the actual folder is located in program files (x86) it can't be deleted. I want to stop this message from popping up. How can I delete the whole folder?

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If you are having a problem removing software that did not come with your HP product, you should contact the company that provides that software. You might want to try here http://www.yourownscreensaver.com/contact-us for a solution.
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