Notification dll has not been registered

I have an HP Elite Book Laptop that had something wrong with it and needed to completely reloaded.  When the technician brought it back, it was working fine (and still is) however I keep getting a Wireless Configuration error that says "Notification dll has not been registered, program will not work correctly".  
As I mentioned the computer is working fine but how can I stop this message from coming up?
Thanks for your help
KAOSSAsked:
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vverduraCommented:
Need to know what program is...
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KAOSSAuthor Commented:
Sorry, this computer is running windows 7 and I get the error as soon as I boot up, even before I open any programs.  If I just hit ok, it goes away and the computer works fine, but I want to stop the error from appearing.

I have tried changing the Com+  Event System services to manual as suggested in some other posts in regards to the same error, but all does is delay the notification from appearing for a few minutes..
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jcimarronCommented:
KAOSS--
Run a Clean Boot and trouble shoot to find what program at start up is causing the popup.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135
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KAOSSAuthor Commented:
Ok.. I have done the Clean Boot and narrowed it down to the "Broadcom Wireless Tray service"
What exactly does this service do? Do I need it?
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jcimarronCommented:
KAOSS--
You might need Broadcom Wireless Tray service only if you connect to LAN wirelessly.
Are you using a LAN?  Is it wired?
Open Services (services.msc) and Disable ("Startup type line") the Broadcom Wireless Tray service  .  If no problems leave it Disabled.
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KAOSSAuthor Commented:
This computer connects wirelessly.. but even with the Broadcom Wireless Tray service disabled it still connects.  What type of problems do you think I might encounter if I leave it disabled.. or does the fact that it still connects mean its not going to cause me any problems?
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jcimarronCommented:
KAOSS--
" even with the Broadcom Wireless Tray service disabled it still connects. "
If your wireless LAN is working, I would think all is well.  Run things a few days and see if any problems arise.  But do come back here and let us know.
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KAOSSAuthor Commented:
jcimarron.. thank you so much for all of your help. I am going to give the computer back to the user and hope he doesn't have any more problems with it.
Thanks
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jcimarronCommented:
KAOSS--You are welcome.
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