Posted 09 February 2006 - 12:54 PM
For several weeks I have been having Windows Installer windows popup ferociously when I start up my computer, leading to a final PanoStandAlone window, trying to install something, and asking for the disk to be inserted, a disk I don't have. The same window pops up when I try to open my HP 3-in-1 printer programs or my HP digital camera software. It succesfully uninstalled my printer somehow. I am able to close the windows by "end task"-ing them through the Task Manager. But I can't run my printer or camera software. This all started happening after I had installed my camera software. (HP Photosmart E317 digital camera HP Image zone Software) I uninstalled all of my camera and remaining printer software today. And I tried to reinstall the camera but it won't allow me to reinstall it. Saying that "windows cannot read from this disk. The disk might be corrupted, or it could be using a format that is not compatible with Windows."
I got Norton Antivirus on my computer after the original problems, but it hasn't removed the problem.
Please let me know what to do in order to remove this.
Thanks so much!