> Ernie Lane wrote:
>> When I boot up, I get some popup messages at startup that I don't
>> - "The feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable
>> disk that is not available. Insert the 'TrayApp' disk and click OK."
>> (It also has a pulldown for 'Use Source.')
>> - I cancel this, and get another popup: "An installation package for
>> the product TrayApp cannot be found. Try the installation again using a
>> valid copy of the installation package 'TrayApp.msi."
>> I OK out of this, and the whole thing repeats a couple of times.
>> It's more of an inconvenience than anything else, because I eventually
>> get rid of these and the startup process goes all the way through
>> anyway. But the name 'TrayApp' means nothing to me.
>> But what is this telling me, and what should I do?
> This is a common problem and is usually caused by HP printer software. See:
> HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - Resolving MSI Startup Errors:
> Usually putting your HP printer software disk in the drive will take care of
> it but you probably should look at HP's Knowledge Base article above.
I tried what it recommended -- putting in the installation CD -- and it
said it couldn't find an *.msi file.
Interestingly, on the first popup -- the one that prompts for the disk
-- it gives you a chance to set the location for the disk, but what
comes up in the "use source" pulldown is "1." Now, I could understand a
disk letter, folder name, or something -- but 1 as a source? What the
heck is that?