Message pop up alert that printer is connected Tags: Photosmart Printers Windows Vista Last response: September 25, 2010 2:30 AM in Windows Vista Share nanedg September 25, 2010 1:25:28 AM Hello, I'm getting a constant, I mean every 3-5 seconds, pop up alert that my Photosmart C7200 is connected. How can I stop these alerts? It is most annoying. More about : message pop alert printer connected meman887 September 25, 2010 2:30:31 AM Pop up alerts like Installed new hardware and such like, try this and see if this helps. First of all: Go into the printers software manager and see if there is an option for notifications. Alternatively: 1: Open Security centre. 2: Left click on "Change the way Security Centre alerts me". 3: You'll see a dialogue box with three options, click on "Don't notify me but display the icon". If the above doesn't work then your best bet is maybe obtain the latest drivers and software for your printer, but if that isn't available then contact HP. There is one more solution and that's to turn off your printer when not in use. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumConcerned about pop-up messages from MSOFT or message from.. ForumTurn Window's Security Alert Off? ForumMessage from system to alert Forummessage from system to alert ForumAnnoying " Messenger" pop -ups (Alerts) ForumMessager Service Pop-up Dialogs ForumHow to disable USB Device Not Recognized pop up PLZ! ForumNeed help with windows pop-up messages Forumturn off alerts "document sent to printer " ForumHow do you get rid of all pop up ads?????? or can you? ForumPop up ForumPop Up Ad Help ForumPop up adverts ForumScript error message after installing new printer ForumSymantec virus protection window turned off pop up window .. ForumMessger service pop up alerts all the time ForumHow to tell if a firewall alert is suspicious or not ForumHow to tell if a firewall alert is suspicious or not Forum[Solved] Vista busness 32 product key free ForumError message disk with unsupported format windows vista More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !