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Windows Form Parking Window?


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I have been having problems with a random program popping up in my toolbar on my desktop. It has no name but when I tried to shut off my computer I got that message that said a program was still running and the name of it was windowsformparkingwindow. That is the only clue I have to what this program might be. It pops up in the tollobar for about 2 seconds then disappears. It does this randomly with not set schedule.
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"WindowsFormParkingWindow" is a protected mode error designed to shut down the computer in the event of a catastrophic Operating System error. A protected mode error usually occurs when a poorly designed program oversteps its memory boundaries and attempts to overwrite memory addresses reserved for the Operating System

The Windows Form Parking Window error may appear due to a bug related to HP Image Zone Fast Start program. If you have any HP hardware on your computer (or did at one point), then removing HP Image Zone Fast Start from the Startup Folder should resolve the issue
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Where would this folder be and should I just delete the program or move it somewhere else?
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Click start, all programmes, click start up to look for it there, if present, right click it, click delete, confirm.
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Don't let this process run at startup: hpqthb08.exe

I'm closing your duplicate topic in Internet & Browsers.

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Thanks for the help. I deleted image zone off my computer and I couldn't find the process so I assumed it was deleted as well. Thanks for all your help.
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Thank You for letting us know
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