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Recovering or reinstalling hpseuhostlauncher that was uninstalled

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I accidentally uninstalled the hpseuhostlauncher exe or application from my laptop because I see the program on my task manager for startup but the logo for the app isn't there anymore and I did delete it without knowing its true purpose unfortunately. 

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@Ncatona-00 

This is the HP System Event Utility Host and HP does not provide separate downloads for utilities like this that are bundled with the preloaded OS.

 

The only way to get it back would be to do a complete reinstall.

 

You might be able to do a factory reset by pressing F11 while rebooting and then selecting the recovery process.



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@Ncatona-00 

This is the HP System Event Utility Host and HP does not provide separate downloads for utilities like this that are bundled with the preloaded OS.

 

The only way to get it back would be to do a complete reinstall.

 

You might be able to do a factory reset by pressing F11 while rebooting and then selecting the recovery process.



I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor represent, HP

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