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Notification for HP Remote Connect removal keeps appearing.

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HP Pavilion TS Sleekbook 14
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I recently updated to W10 anniversary and, during the process, got a message that HP Remote Connect had been removed. (As I have never used it, it did not concern me unduly).

 

However, every time I turn on my computer since, I receive a notification that it has been removed.  

 

Is there some way to turn off this notification, as it is beginging to annoy me? 

 

Michael Cahill

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@M_Cahill

 

Welcome to the HP Community Forum.


@M_Cahill wrote:

I recently updated to W10 anniversary and, during the process, got a message that HP Remote Connect had been removed. (As I have never used it, it did not concern me unduly).

 

However, every time I turn on my computer since, I receive a notification that it has been removed.  

 

Is there some way to turn off this notification, as it is beginging to annoy me? 

 

Michael Cahill


 

I do not recognize that service / login / program / process.

 

I do find several (lots of) references to something called "HP Connected Remote" -- perhaps it is that program / service to which you refer.

 

I can offer the following ideas:

 

Easy:

If you have not yet done so, try simply shutting down the computer completely > wait 15 seconds (or as long as you can stand it) > boot the computer from an off condition and log in

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

Check for errant service:

 

Control Panel > icon view > Administrative Tools > System Configuration >

tab Services > Temporarily CHECK Hide all Microsoft services >

check the list for the offending program > UNCHECK if found >

UNCHECK Hide all Microsoft services > OK

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

If the notification is showing up after you log in, check / adjust:

 

 

Windows key > Settings > Apps and features > look for the offending program and Uninstall

 

Windows key > Settings > Notifications > Scan the Quick Actions icons >> if you find the offending program > Add or remove quick actions > slide the indicator to OFF for that program

 

Windows key > Settings > Notifications >

Slide OFF Get notifications from apps and other senders

Slide OFF Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

Reset the Network

 

Although extreme, the following might help if the setting is somehow stuck in your network.

Read / understand the warning about the action requiring reinstallation of VPN / virtual switches.

As well, if you are using Static IP settings, these too, may need to be set up.

 

Windows key > Settings > Network > Network Reset

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

 

 

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@M_Cahill

 

Welcome to the HP Community Forum.


@M_Cahill wrote:

I recently updated to W10 anniversary and, during the process, got a message that HP Remote Connect had been removed. (As I have never used it, it did not concern me unduly).

 

However, every time I turn on my computer since, I receive a notification that it has been removed.  

 

Is there some way to turn off this notification, as it is beginging to annoy me? 

 

Michael Cahill


 

I do not recognize that service / login / program / process.

 

I do find several (lots of) references to something called "HP Connected Remote" -- perhaps it is that program / service to which you refer.

 

I can offer the following ideas:

 

Easy:

If you have not yet done so, try simply shutting down the computer completely > wait 15 seconds (or as long as you can stand it) > boot the computer from an off condition and log in

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

Check for errant service:

 

Control Panel > icon view > Administrative Tools > System Configuration >

tab Services > Temporarily CHECK Hide all Microsoft services >

check the list for the offending program > UNCHECK if found >

UNCHECK Hide all Microsoft services > OK

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

If the notification is showing up after you log in, check / adjust:

 

 

Windows key > Settings > Apps and features > look for the offending program and Uninstall

 

Windows key > Settings > Notifications > Scan the Quick Actions icons >> if you find the offending program > Add or remove quick actions > slide the indicator to OFF for that program

 

Windows key > Settings > Notifications >

Slide OFF Get notifications from apps and other senders

Slide OFF Get tips, tricks, and suggestions as you use Windows

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

Reset the Network

 

Although extreme, the following might help if the setting is somehow stuck in your network.

Read / understand the warning about the action requiring reinstallation of VPN / virtual switches.

As well, if you are using Static IP settings, these too, may need to be set up.

 

Windows key > Settings > Network > Network Reset

 

Fancy_Lines_2.jpg

 

 

When you see a Post that helps you,

Inspires you, provides fresh insight,

Or teaches you something new,

Click the "Thumbs Up" on that Post.

 

Fixed / Answered? Click that post Accept as Solution to help others find Answers.

Dragon-Fur

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