This is a valid program, but it is up to you whether or not you want it to run on startup.
Whether or not you need to run this program on startup must be decided by you. If you feel that you want this program starting automatically
so that you have it available as needed, then do not disable it. The following information is a brief description of what is known about this file. If you require f
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EPSON Stylus C88 Series
%system%\spool\DRIVERS\W32X86\3\E_FATIABA.EXE /P23 "EPSON Stylus C88 Series" /<port> /M "Stylus C88"
Installed with the software for the Epson Stylus C88 Series of printers. Port identity will vary depending on what kind of connection used to connect your printer to your computer. Samples include: O6 "USB001", O5 "LPT1:", and O6 "USB002". Note that there is a space after the port identity in the command line. Example: Stylus C88 Series" /O6 "USB001" /M "Stylus C88"
This file is the Status Monitor 3 file for this series of printers. When running will display an icon in the system tray through which the user can modify the settings for the monitor. Monitors ink levels, printing progress, and many other things. May be started manually. Not necessary to run on startup on a stand-alone computer, but may be useful on a network.
This startup entry is started automatically from a Run, RunOnce, RunServices, or RunServicesOnce entry in the registry.
%System% is a variable that refers to the Windows System folder. By default this is C:\Windows\System for Windows 95/98/ME, C:\Winnt\System32 for Windows NT/2000, or C:\Windows\System32 for Windows XP/Vista/7.
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