EAccess violation

  redshift300 20:19 14 Nov 10

Can anyone tell me what the following means and how to get rid of it. "RTHdcpl EAccess Violation". This box appeared after uninstalling a HP printer driver which had not installed correctly. It appears towards the end of the startup sequence, does not seem to do any harm but is anoying.
Many thanks

  Terry Brown 20:35 14 Nov 10

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