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Well, I just got a new printer, an HP C4250, and after installing all the software and all. I couldn't get the HP Solution Center to open. I could before on my first install,but the second, third, and yeah now i can't.
The process is in the task manager but... well nowhere to be found, even used the Alt+ space thing and still.
From there i did about dozens of uninstall and install from Level 1 to 4 uninstalls along with removing registry files and folders pertaining to the software.
So i checked my event viewer and found this during the installation.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: MsiInstaller
Event Category: None
Event ID: 11904
Date: 6/20/2008
Time: 7:00:30 PM
Product: SolutionCenter -- Error 1904. Module C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\Flash9b.ocx failed to register. HRESULT -2147220473. Contact your support personnel.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft....link/events.asp.
0000: 7b 42 43 44 36 43 44 31 {BCD6CD1
0008: 41 2d 30 44 42 45 2d 34 A-0DBE-4
0010: 31 32 45 2d 39 46 32 35 12E-9F25
0018: 2d 33 42 35 30 30 44 31 -3B500D1
0020: 45 36 42 41 31 7d E6BA1}

Tried doing everyting, but nada.
Right now i fell this the problem right now after endless hours of research on this problem with no luck.

So i appreciate the help here.
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go to add/remove programs and uninstall Flash (all versions if more than one is listed). Make sure your internet browsers are shut down when you do this.

see this kb article: http://kb.adobe.com/...rnalId=tn_14157
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