HP – built broke and proud of it
Hewlett-Packard T-TR Status Client error
The startup error "Hewlett-Packard T-TR Status Client has encountered an error and needs to close." is persistent, and the NOT the result of a file corrupted by user activity. Clearly, at least one HP software is built broke.
I've pursued this error at length, going so far as fresh installations of Windows XP Pro with only HP printer drivers installed. Cold starts always result in this error. As I've seen this on various XP and Server systems, all of which output to a finite population of HP printers, (1320, CP4005dn, 7140xi, 8550dn)... and since the error is persistent, whether or not Web JetAdmin is installed, it would seem that someone wiser than I must have solved this problem.
I’d appreciate any solution not reliant upon HP software or technical support. These avenues are consistently costly, fail to solve the problem, and lead to circular recommendations to (again) download latest versions of HPs build broke software.
Of particular interest would be an effective scrubber, like HP’s and Adobe’s infamous application de-mungers, capable of detecting and eradicating the culprit(s).
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.
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