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System Event Error..What's it mean ( The error )


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Swift

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Someone please tell me how to fix this.
I get my computer froozen if I try to do something..Like open a program or somthing.

And then I check my system events, and I get this error. ( The image )

So..What do I do ? What is the error ?
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Means what it says. Can't find a file.

Problems with services like this that affect the rest of the system in most cases usually mean the installation is unstable. Plus service problems are a pain in the rear end to diagnose and it works out far quicker to boot off your XP CD and do a repair.
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Does repairing also mean reinstalling windows ? As in loss of files ?
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No loss of files in an XP Repair, you just have to get the updates again.
See my signature for a link with instructions on how to repair XP.
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No loss of files in an XP Repair, you just have to get the updates again.
See my signature for a link with instructions on how to repair XP.

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A handful of programs will break after an XP repair - AVG is one that doesn't take kindly to a repair but AFAIK most "big" packages don't suffer after a repair.
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Thanks, i'll try doing that now :tazz:
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There is a article about this in the Network Associates Support Center, refer:
https://knowledgemap...w...l not start
(Note: Only Users with a registered Network Associates product (McAfee) can see it.
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