How to remove corrupted data message on computer startup

I had a snap fish program that installed with my HP Officejet 4500 printer. Installed it about a year ago. I think I tried to unistall the snapfish program but that was a while back. Yesterday I started getting this message on booting up that tells me I have a corrupted snapfish data file and I need to re-install it. I tried reistalling my printer but did no good. Annoying to see the message. Can I get rid if it somehow?
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  1. If the message appears after or during the actual loading of Windows, it may be a remnant of SnapFish which has been left in your Startup list.

    Install Ccleaner: http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/

    Open Ccleaner.
    Click Tools, then Startup.
    In the list, look for a line which refers to SnapFish.
    Highlight that line (one mouse click on it).
    Then click "Delete"

    Close Ccleaner & restart Windows to see if the error message has gone.
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