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How i can unistall HP Mobile Data Protection Sensor

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Pavilion 17G-100nv
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi.

I dont need the  HP Mobile Data Protection Sensor driver/technology , cause my disk is SSD not HDD.

When i unistall it from "Device Manager" , it installed automatic itself after few minutes. 

How can i completely unistall and block the auto-reinstall of this driver ?

Thanks.🙂

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You should not try uninstalling it as it except being a software also contains essential drivers which is why it gets automatically reloaded to prevent errors

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Thanks for the information. I think that HP must create a driver to cover the SSD case.👍

 

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Maybe you can try when a new update to it comes or follow my tip : don't worry yourself with editing the windows internal stuff unless you have a very dire need for space

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Isn't for space. It loaded at boot , and run all the at background without reason. So , its about performance.🙄

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You can switch to an SSD or use a faster one if you already have one. Always go to hp service center for things like this.

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Thats the problem. I already have a SSD , and for this reason i dont need a driver for a HDD , that it uses all the time my system's resources.😉

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You could switch to a faster ssd and by the way about that driver it also helps you to identify any errors in ssd before it fails as ssd have a limited life after which it literally just dies

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