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Bob Naicker

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Hi

When re-starting laptop i get the following error message " One of the files containing the system's Registry data had to be recovered by use of a log or alternate copy. The recovery was successful "

Is there any fix as he hardware has all available patches.
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OwNt

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Do you get this every time you boot up your computer? Do you have any available system restore points to before this happened?
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Do you get this every time you boot up your computer? Do you have any available system restore points to before this happened?

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Yes, The error every time you do a re-start on the equipment. This error has just started on the equipment.
No available restore points.
Also re-installed NAV etc...
No new application was installed on the hardware.
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Ok, lets try this then.

Under C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Administrative Tools Choose event viewer and see if you notice anything in there that happen when you shut down/start your computer.
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