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How do I prevent the ink levels and other startup windows from interrupting the general startup?

Desktop MTOUBRC 750-514
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have to "X" out the HP printer/ink level windows during startup.  The record is four times each.  I neither want to know the ink levels nor align the cartiridges.  How do I bypass these HP windows?


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How do I prevent the ink levels and other startup windows from interrupting the general startup?

@TB1980

 

Thanks for posting. It is a terrific place to find answers and tips! 

I understand that you want to disable ink level notification when you turn on the notebook, I will be delighted to assist you here.

 

Follow the below steps to disable the ink notification during startup:

  1. At the Start screen, type msconfig to open the Search charm, and then select msconfig in the Search results.

     

  2. Figure : Opening msconfig

  3. Opening msconfig

  4. Click the Startup tab.

  5. Figure : Start up tab

  6. Selecting the startup tab

  7. Click Open Task Manager.

  8. Figure : System Configuration

  9. Selecting Open Task Manager

  10. Task Manager opens.

  11. Right-click on printer software program you do not want to start with Windows and click Disable in the lower right corner.

Let me know how it goes.

 

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