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Brother printer application errors

All functions of the printer/scanner work fine.

Three errors are being generated in my application log every 2 minutes.
Win7 Ultimate
Brother MFC 8890DW connected through Ethernet.

Errors are:
1001 Brother BRLog: STMON BrtSTMON: [2011/10/01 11:26:39.190]: [00000152]:    Don't Create FileMapping!!!!

1001 Brother BRLog: STMON BrtSTMON: [2011/10/01 11:26:39.190]: [00000152]:    FrendlyName : Brother MFC-8890DW Printer (Copy 1)

1001 Borther BRLog: STMON BrtSTMON: [2011/10/01 11:26:39.190]: [00000152]:    Error : ExecMonitor()

Based on a recommended fix I deleted the registry folder BRUtilities in the Brother tree and disabled the WIA service.  No change.
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Jaroslav MrazCTOCommented:
Its looking like firewall error aplication dont comunicating with printer.

For registry try CC CLenaer best sw for this.

second have you have las Firmware in printer and last driver on pc?
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ded9Commented:
Close all apps and then run this fixit.

http://support.microsoft.com/mats/printing_problems/


Reboot and check.



Ded9
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Ivano ViolaSystem AdministratorCommented:
I guess the Brother Monitor program which runs in the notification area is what is writing to the log. Disable the monitor program from starting up when Windows starts. Click Start - Run and type msconfig. Go to the startup tab, locate and disable the Brother Monitor program.

Restart and test.

IV
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william_schubertAuthor Commented:
So the following turns out actually fixed the problem but not until I rebooted the PC:

"Based on a recommended fix I deleted the registry folder BRUtilities in the Brother tree and disabled the WIA service.  No change."

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william_schubertAuthor Commented:
So the following turns out actually fixed the problem but not until I rebooted the PC:
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