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Pop ups when I'm on line, when my fax is shut down, it tells me to check my iaddress.

Has antone had this problem? You keep getting pop-ups on your monitor that says your fax is not connected or you need to update your IP address, and you know that your fas is off line. I mean, like you shut it off. Is there a way to turn off those pop-ups? They are very annoying when trying to do other work. I hope someone has a solution, thanks. You can reach me at [edited by Moderator]

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Hi port61,

 

I have found another forum post with instructions to change the notification settings. This post was for somebody with Windows 7 and wanted to stop ink notifications, but I believe this wills top the pop ups you are getting as well. > How to disable notifications.

 

I hope this helps. If you require additional assistance please let me know, thanks.

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Hi @port61 ,

 

Thank you for visiting the HP Support Forums. I'm sorry to inform you that your post has needed some editing to remove personal information such as the email address in your Post. From our Rules of Participation:

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