Annoying HP CUE keeps interfering

  Shalders 10:28 16 Aug 12

Is there any way this can be disabled or must I deletye all HP devices and install alternatives DESNL

  rdave13 10:39 16 Aug 12
  Shalders 14:59 16 Aug 12

Unfortunately I have Windows XP and als cannot print out your answer. I will therefore be discarding sll HP Products on my computer and recommending others to do likewise DESNL

  KRONOS the First 15:26 16 Aug 12

Not sure why you feel that you have to print these instructions out as you can follow them by move the instruction page to one side of the screen whilst following the steps on the other side.

  rdave13 00:24 17 Aug 12

To get to services in XP, click start, click on run and type services.msc in the box. In the services window

Scroll down the list of installed services until you locate the "HP Cue Device Discovery" service entry.


Right click the HP Cue Device Discovery Service entry and select "Properties."


Click the dropdown menu labeled "Startup Type" and select the "Disabled" option.


Click "Apply" to save the changes. You may need to restart your computer before the change takes effect.

  Shalders 07:38 17 Aug 12

Fantastic - Many thanks - DESNL

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