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"Error loading C:\users\owners\cnmss
The specified module could not be found"


This comes up everytime I start the computer, what is it? and what do I do to fix it please :)

Thank you for your time :)

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It looks like Canon Status Monitor Starter. Do you have Canon printer?
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It looks like Canon Status Monitor Starter. Do you have Canon printer?



Yes I do, PIXMA iP 4500 -
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First of all, no printer software is need to be run as a startup, so you can go to msconfig, and uncheck any Canon related entries.
That should take care of the error.
But, this is only a workaround.
You should reinstall printer software.
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First of all, no printer software is need to be run as a startup, so you can go to msconfig, and uncheck any Canon related entries.
That should take care of the error.
But, this is only a workaround.
You should reinstall printer software.



Wow! thank you so very much - that did it :)


now once again all is well with the world.

Have a nice day

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Cool beans :)
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Fantastic. At last I got rid of the enoying error message. I reinstalled the printer 4 times, but that did not help. Now as I unchecked the printer in msconfig the message stays away.
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:)
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