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mstlelc

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Event Type: Error
Event Source: DCOM
Event Category: None
Event ID: 10010
Date: 06/24/2006
Time: 11:32:00 PM
User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer: MSTLELC
Description:
The server {9B1F122C-2982-4E91-AA8B-E071D54F2A4D} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft....link/events.asp.
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2 days ago i ran chkdsk/r upon the next startup and if i'm not mistaken, i think the problem is solved.

last night when i turned off the computer, right click on task bar/task manager/shut down.turn off (to avoid the long wait of the shut down/restart screen to come up) the computer shut down within 45 seconds.

i'll keep you posted if the problems arises again but for now when i click on start/turn off computer it comes up like normal every time, even after the computer being on for a couple of hours.

thanks for your help. :whistling:
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start > run
cmd
<enter>

in the box, type

chkdsk/r
<enter>
say yes, and reboot

this will fix drive errors

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many of those errors are fairly common and not likely to cause this issue. Many times, event viewer logs and error, but then the error clears itself (for example, xxx service did not start in the alloted time, but then it starts)

double click the DCOM error you referenced and post that info here (press the COPY button that looks like two books)


The chkdsk /r did work. All has been fine ever since. Thanks again.
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great
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