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(Solved) Event ID 7000: CIR Receiver service failed

I checked Event Viewer, and found the error below:

The CIR Receiver service failed to start due to the following error:
The service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices associated with it.

It is a repeaded error. It happened when PC booting.

It looks like the hardware driver problem, which is a CIR Receiver. I googled it and found the Hauppauge Consumer Infrared Receiver.  I remembered that I installed Haupauge WINTV-USB2-FM Analog NTSC TV Stick before, and it has a remoter controler with a USB receiver.

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Fuel Price Hike


During last 12 months, fuel price increased much more.
There is the latest release from consumer price index report from Statistics Canada on Friday, April 22, 2005.

Consumers paid 2.3% more in March than the same month a year earlier for the goods and services included in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) basket. This increase followed a 12-month rise of 2.1% in February.

For the 11th consecutive month, gasoline prices remain the main factor of the 12-month increase in the CPI

See below:

The energy index climbed 9.5% between March 2004 and March 2005, mainly as a result of higher gasoline prices (+11.2%). Higher prices for fuel oil (+25.8%), natural gas (+10.3%), electricity (+3.4%), as well as for fuel, parts and supplies for recreational vehicles (+7.6%) also contributed to pushing up the energy index.

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