[ Fixed ] Stop / Block / Remove Hp Easy Internet Sign Up Pop Up On HP Vista Laptop | Kill HP Easy Internet Sign Up Task

August 27, 20092 Comments

Hp Easy Internet Sign Up pop up is so much annoying which pop every other minute even if you ignore it and set not to ask again, it still pops up and annoys many hp laptop and hp computers which has vista installed. Believe me this pop up can really make you mad as the pop window does not have a close button and it comes in the center of the screen to annoy you in whatever work you are doing.


The program that runs as Easy Internet Sign-up runs with the following named HP SDP Application Module (HPSdpApp.exe).

What is Easy Internet Sign Up On Hp Laptop or Computer ?

Easy Internet Signup is a small helper app for you if you want to sign up with any of HPs service partners, and even if you don’t want to by clicking the option No,  please do not remind me anymore it will do exactly opposite keep popping up after every 30 mins or less and there is no end to it. :| Then I figured out the how to kill this pop up on my hp vista home premium laptop, here is how you can do the same.

1. Open Vista Start Menu, type Scheduler in the search field, and click Task Scheduler when it appears.

2. In left column, now click Task Scheduler Library.


3. Click the task in the center column which says InternetServiceOffers


4. Right click and click Delete, and then click Yes to confirm deletion.


5. Close the Task Scheduler window.

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  1. thanks says:

    thank you so much!!!! i was sooo annoyed with stupid popup!!!

  2. your the man says:

    thx man, i hated this problem, and hp told me my warranty was out of date. They wanted me to pay $99 for a new 1 year warranty to fix this problem, or $49 one-time fee to fix it. A little home research goes a long way. Thx again

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