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:whistling: I recently installed a new printer (Lexmark X8350). When I first installed it, the wizard said it was not properly installed and may not work. So I re-installed it and it works fine. But now when I boot up, I get the wizard appearing and there is no way to get rid of it. I just cancel it. But this happens every time I boot up, which is each day. Is there any way to get it to stop, yet be available if I install new hardware?
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When you open up Device Manager do you see any yellow question marks? Just removing the item with the yellow tag should fix it if it's there. Not physically removing it but removing it in DM.
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Thanks for the fast reply. How do I open Device Manager?
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Right click on My Computer>Properties then Hardware then choose device manager.
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I went there and could not change anything.
there was a yellow ? Other devices
then ethernet controler with an !
Right click and disable, but it comes back the same after reboot

No other yellow ? there at all
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