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Mysterious Print JOB or Icon

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hi
Whenever I start a program (any program) and click alt-tab to see the program currently running, I aee a print icon as shown if the grphic atttachment right after I started internet explorer.  Hw can I fix this or prevent it from happening again?

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check in task manager, under applications and also processes to see if there are any printer processes running. you can also download psexplorer from www.sysinternals.com and this will give you a more detailed information about the currently running processes
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I used that.  It Helped, I think I found the culprit that was doing it. Thanks
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