Removing Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007

I have several servers with this service / program on them. We continue to get error messages with in the event viewer:

I just want to get the errors to go away and remove the service. I can't find how to anywhere.

Thanks.

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Driver Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Document Writer Driver required for printer Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Document Writer is unknown. Contact the administrator to install the driver before you log in again.
JD_PowersAsked:
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Patmac951Commented:
You should be able to remove Live meeting in the Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, Windows Components
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JD_PowersAuthor Commented:
I had already checked there - actually the first place I looked, what sub-directory would it be under? I literally looked at all Windows components we have installed - nothing.
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Patmac951Commented:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/947614

Check out this link it is for Live Meeting 2005 but it should apply to 2007 too.
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JD_PowersAuthor Commented:
That was almost perfect - it woudn't allow for a product not currently installed (2005 version) to be un-installed (2007 version). I will continue to look for the 2007 article...if you find it let me know, I think we almost have a solution here!

Thanks again for all your help!!!
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HopeDustCommented:
I was getting the same error on my server, but I couldn't find the program on my server. I used Spiceworks to find that it was installed on several computers on the network. I believe that the error is coming from the other computers but the server appeared to be owning the error. You might try looking at other computers on the network.
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