Invalid back web application.id 137903

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Sometimes when I try to open Windows, I receive an error report “invalid back web application id 137903”. Any one knows how to solve this?

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Invalid back web application.id 137903

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This error code refers to the fact that you have any antivirus or anti spyware application in your system and it accidentally deleted the update file from hp considering it as a potential threat to your computer. 

This error comes when the application tries to start after you open the windows and it fails to start so it gives this error. Here is what you can do.

  1. You can simply remove HP/Compaq connections using Add remove feature.
  2. Or you can find it in C program files, hp center,137903,programs,137903.exe.
  3. Open start menu and type msconfig in it. In it go to startup tab and look for this type of exe and uncheck it. Reboot it and you will never see this again.
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It could also be a sign that your computer has been infected by a virus. Check again if you did a previous installation that caused this error. But if you didn’t do anything and the error just appeared for no reason, it could be an indication that your system has been compromised. Update your antivirus and run a full system scan on your computer.

If the scan is negative for infection then there’s probably something wrong with your computer. It could indicate that one of the installed programs that start with Windows is not working correctly. To check which program is causing the error, click Start, Run, and type without quotes “msconfig” then hit Enter. Select Startup tab.

Uncheck the first item on the list, click Ok, and restart your computer. See if the error appears when your computer boots. If the error still appears then you may have unchecked the wrong item. Repeat the same steps. Uncheck the next item on the list, click OK, and restart your computer.

Repeat it again and again until you find it. Simply uninstall the program the causes the error. Once removed, enable all items on the list to restore the startup applications.

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