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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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Welcome to the HP Consumer Support Community. This is a peer-to-peer community for customers to connect and share solutions regarding their HP products. If you have additional or direct feedback for HP about their products or services, please use the link below.
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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.
If you are having problems with your computer itself, you should provide more information such as product and model number, operating system and what troubleshooting steps you have tried.
If you have other questions and concerns, please feel free to send me a private message.
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