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FireRanger (Electrical) (OP)
25 Jan 06 11:35
Help, I am getting an error message that keeps trying to install "trayapp.msi" on boot up. No new devices, i.e. printer, scanner, etc. I scowered the net, knowbody knows how to correct this problem. It keeps looking for a CD ROM to install the program? It tries ad nausium.
CorBlimeyLimey (Mechanical)
25 Jan 06 11:45
If you have an HP printer, try putting the install CD into your CD drive.

http://www.howtofixcomputers.com/bb/sutra799345.html

cheers
Helpful SW websites  FAQ559-520
How to get answers to your SW questions  FAQ559-1091

IRstuff (Aerospace)
25 Jan 06 11:49
You'll probably get better results posting on www.tek-tips.com

TTFN



FireRanger (Electrical) (OP)
25 Jan 06 12:05
I do not have HP anything, no printers, scanners, faxes, cameras,nada !! I have no idea what specifically it is looking for. I cannot "just put any HP disk in". The only advice I have seen is to reinstall your HP printer. Can someone send me the trayapp.msi file? How come HP web site, or MS web site does not have it? Also the link www.howtofixcomputers.com/bb/et.all is pretty useless on this problem unless you have a HP printer and the install disk.

PS Thanks IRstuff, I'll post there as well
CorBlimeyLimey (Mechanical)
25 Jan 06 12:53
Have you tried this one;

http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-443077.php

cheers
Helpful SW websites  FAQ559-520
How to get answers to your SW questions  FAQ559-1091

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