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Windows XP Boot System Error Message

I had horrible problems with Outlook yesterday which turned out to be a damaged PST file. Somehow in the my unsuccessful attempts to fix the problem I finished up with a pop up that is a small box that says Boot in the blue bar then there's a red circle with a white X and the message System Error - 2146697210 Line:0 and an OK button. Really helpful. Just wondering how I get rid of it.

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  • David Wills Sep 11, 2009

    I'm running AVG 8.5. I've done OS reinstalls but I hate it because I have to reacquire all the add on software I've added over the years. Also XP was installed and I know I don't have OS discs but I have Acer recovery discs. One of the things I did was remove and reinstall Office but I ran into product key problems. This morning I was on the phone with Microsoft getting Office reauthorized because it was an upgrade version and I cleared off Office 2003 to create disc space but the upgrade looks for that as a qualified product to upgrade. The thought of having to do it all over again is daunting but most of the other stuff it is downloadable

  • David Wills Sep 11, 2009

    Error message occurs with Boot Up. Seems independent of Office. It appears after the desktop loads and before anything in Office has started.

  • David Wills Sep 11, 2009

    Not sure when it started or if it was there after I took Office off. I also did a Restore to a previous point in time thing through Windows and that was useless. This is the thing, I was looking on the Internet and trying things none of which worked so it could have happened at any time. The error does not seem to affect function as far as I can see. If I click OK it disappears and I have no idea if there's a problem I haven't found yet. I'd like to fix it but maybe I should just ignore it. You say it looks serious and maybe it is. I just haven't seen the impact yet.

  • David Wills Sep 11, 2009

    So it's either an XP reinstall or try and live with the error code?

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Hi,

System error is showing a problem somewhere in your system. When this error pops up, a window should also pop up, asking if you want to report this problem. By clicking on this, a message is sent directly to Microsoft, and the problem is solved by automatic upgrades. You can also contact them direct, by calling. They're available 24/7. NOW, if you are not the registered owner of Windows XP, then most likely, you have not been getting any upgrades, and you will only get re-occuring problems. As far as your external hard drive, it will just be an add on, and your computer will recognize it , and upgrade accordingly. Your back up discs should work fine, and not go back to the factory settings.

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This error indicates a corruption in XML within Windows. Do you have an updated anti-virus (that hasn't expired) running on this computer? You may end up having to back up your data and re-installing windows from scratch. It sounds like you have some pretty serious file corruption even outside of outlook.

Are you familiar with how to backup and reinstall? Also, please let me know what type of anti-virus you are running.

Thanks
Tim

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    Tim Grayson Sep 11, 2009

    I definitely understand what you mean. When you removed all of office of your system did it take care of the error message? Hopefully the System Error you are getting is related to the corrupt PST file. You do get the System Error right upon boot up correct?

    Thanks, please confirm

    Tim


  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Sep 11, 2009

    Correct, however office does load a few things upon boot in the
    background so if you noticed this error around the same time you were
    getting the PST errors in Outlook they very well could be related.
    Most likely not though and if that's the case then you have much larger
    issues going on in Windows. When you remove(d) office did the boot up
    error still happen?



  • Tim Grayson
    Tim Grayson Sep 11, 2009

    Well any type of system error like that is not a good thing, but I have seen cases where you can just ignore them and it will never affect anything you do, it could run for years without incident. Since you have system file corruption a windows restore like that will not help with the error since the system files can't be replaced while the machine is running, it replaces all other files and settings, which takes care of 95% of all software issues, just rarely windows software issues.

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