User is receiving HP T-TR Status Client error

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CPU overload
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Hewlett-Packard
HP T-TR
Hello all, we have a user that receives a "Hewlett-Packard T-TR Status Client has encountered a problem and needs to close" message every time they start their computer. Is this something that needs to run? Should we be concerned about any infections? It takes up almost all of the CPU usage and at times 100% of the usage. Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks.

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Check to see what is in the startup folder and the RUN key in the registry (startupcpl is a good tool for this). HP is known for lots of “crapware“. It sounds like maybe one of these programs has been incorrectly removed or some of the required files or settings are missing.

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Actually HP T-TR is likely to be part of your printer driver. It may have become corrupted. Uninstall and reinstall your printer driver and I am sure this will resolve the issue.

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  • carlosdl
    I think it is not part of the driver itself. It is a client that monitors the printer status, so it is not really necessary. It can be removed from the Startup in msconfig without any problems
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