How to Uninstall HP Product Assistant in Windows XP

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The HP Product Assistant is a pop-up program that notifies users about important HP offers and products. Despite being a useful method to inform HP customers about upcoming deals, it can be an annoyance to some PC users. Luckily, it is possible to uninstall the HP Product Assistant in Windows XP. By removing this program, you will be able to save space and improve the performance of your computer.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Registry cleaner

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Remove Shop for HP Supplies by going to the "Start Menu" and opening the "Control Panel." Select "Add or Remove Programs." Choose "Shop for HP Supplies," then click "Remove."

  2. 2

    Go to the "Start Menu" and select "HP." Highlight "Shop for HP Supplies," then click "Uninstall Shop for HP Supplies." This will delete any files that were not completely removed earlier.

  3. 3

    Delete the Shop for HP Supplies folder. Go to "C: > Program Files > HP > HPSSUPPLY." Right click on the file folder and select "Delete." Proceed to empty the recycling bin as well.

  1. 1

    Disable the start-up entry by going to "Start Menu" and selecting "Run > Msconfig." Deselect the HP Product Assistant under "Startup and Services."

  2. 2

    Clean the registry by downloading a free registry cleaner, such as CCleaner, and then running a scan. Delete any HP Product Assistant and Shop for HP Supplies registries.

  3. 3

    Restart the computer when you are done.

Tips and warnings

  • Go to the Radar Sync website (See Resources) to reinstall the HP Product Assistant if desired.

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