Some things you can do. This first does not get rid of the program, it just disables it so you don't get any errors. I had the same type of problem with Corel Draw 12 Suite wanting access to the internet but instead i was just getting a error.
Start, then type msconfig
in the search box, then hit the enter key. You will be asked for permission , blah, blah, click continue.
There go to the startup, or services tabs and see if you can uncheck the program or stop and manual set the programs in services.
If you cannot find them there you may have to edit the entry in the registry. BUT, be very careful with the registry. Unless you are expert in the registry i would advise leaving it alone. I have typed just a semicolon in the wrong place in the registry and ended up having the computer not boot at all. I could not get back to the registry to change it back and ended up reinstalling Vista new again, and lost all data i had not saved from that week. Thank god, i backup weekly.
I ams sure the above will stop your errors. If you must get into the registry i found this on the a vista forum.
Open the Run dialog box and type "regedit" without the quotation marks.
Once you have opened the Registry click on File and select Export. Export the
registry to your Desktop. In the filename box you can type Restore and this
will be the name under the backup icon on your desktop. If you wish, you can
export the backup to your Documents folder or another location and then right
click on it to send a copy of it to your desktop as a shortcut. Keep the
Registry open after you click Save.
To find and delete the old registry entries go back to the registry and
click on Edit and then click on Find; a smaller window will open and you will
have the opportunity to type the file or program you are looking for. Hit
Enter on your keyboard after typing the file or program you wish to find and
the registry will search for the item you typed. If it finds the item it will
be highlighted in blue. This is the entry you want to delete. However, you
must be sure to read the highlighted entry as it may or may not be the entry
you are looking for. For example, if you are searching for HP software and
you only enter HP or hp you may have a highlighted entry for masHPoint, or
crashprotection, which contains the letters HP or hp. You would not want to
delete these entries as they have nothing to do with HP computers or
software. You must type EXACTLY the entry you are looking for, such as HP
Advisor or HP Connect. Look at each entry carefully so that you are certain
about what you are deleting. If the found key or subkey is correct, simply
right click on it and select Delete. Be advised that you may not be able to
delete all the entries. If you cannot read the entire key or subkey hold your
mouse over the entry and you will see the full text.
Once you delete the pertinent entry click on Edit again and select Find
Next. Do this until you receive a message that the registry is done searching
for that particular entry. Do this again and again, for each different entry,
until you have deleted them all.
Reboot your computer. Go to program files and see if the old programs
are listed anywhere in the HP folder. If so, delete them and reboot again.
Restart your computer and install the new programs.http://www.vistax64....a-registry.html