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I have a Pavilion a1620y CTO desktop running XP Pro. The above error started all of a sudden and i can find where to go to eliminate it.  I UN-installed the HP update in the (Add Remove Program) Then I also went through the registry deleting all the "BacWeb" ergistry entries. However I still have the same error show up on restart and would like to get rid of it.

I have to keep the old computer due to the fact that many of my HP Products of the 2007-08 vintage do not have drivers available in Windows 7 as I have learned via my new HP Dv6 notebook.

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Thank you for the information. It did work once I found away around the permission thing which I have never figured out. Msconfig would not allow me to change anything as it keeps telling me I do not have permission to do so. I have myself setup as Administrator as I am the only user period. But can't un-check yhe program through msconfig. I tried Fix Cleaner but it doesn't show the program in the listing of it's start up manager. I then went to another program I have called PC Mighty Max and was able to uncheck the program and it now doesn't pop up with the error on start up.

I wish I could understand all the permissions thing but I don't and probably never will. I had Vista on this machine and it had all but stopped me from using it even though I never played with the same nonsense so I formatted the drive and went back to XP Pro. Thanks again, J. King

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