1. Look in Start, All Programmes, Startup folder to see if there is a reference to it and if so delete it.
2. I the Startup folder is empty go to Start, Run and type msconfig in the box and hit Enter. Click on the Startup Tab and look down the list of ticked boxes to see if there is a reference to the Photo Printing Wizard, if so untick the box and reboot. If the problem is cleared you will see a message box saying that you are not running a normal start up, tick this box so that you don't see the message everytime that you boot up.