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The desk top had to get the virus, Virtumonde, off of it. When the desktop came back it was hooked back up to the wireless G and the cable dsl. The laptop and desktop fought over who was in charge...proxy vote. The laptop lost and could not get wireless connectivity to the internent. As soon as I disabled the function, the laptop was able to get to the internet. The laptop was working and printing until the BSOD.
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I uninstall the printer then reinstall it. I received the message attached.

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are you still crashing or getting blue screens...
the thumb drive is dead...pitch it and move on...
although I personally have hot swapped thumb drives in the past without any problems...
I no longer do it because of so many people were killing their thumb AND external USB HARD DRIVES by not using
the safely remove icon in the task tray ...
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The flash is in the trash. I am no longer crashing bust concerned about the HP printer warning.
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This is the eror message I'm getting today. So far no crashes and no blue screens.

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you can always find errors or warnings in the event viewer...they don't mean anything if your not having problems...
as long as your not crashing or hanging don't worry about them...
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Thanks for all your help!
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your welcome...and thanks for letting us know... :)
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The files referanced are from AVG 7. You either have, or did have avg on your system. As stated, if everything is running ok, then you can ignore it.

Are you using avg (grisoft) virus scanner?
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Yes Avg used to be on the laptop. I guess I need to completely clean it off.
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