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For me, this seemed to be an issue with the PRD.INI.SIGNATURE file not being present in turbotax's 32bit folder. Typically this will be created during the install process... UNLESS it can't get access to the machine's crypto keys.

SOLUTION: Go here (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/817754/en-us) and follow the directions under "Assign the Everyone Group Appropriate Permissions to the Folder". After you've followed those instructions, re-install the software to generate the signature file and it should run without problem.

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Probably it is cause due to power management system corruption
Try following steps
Perform a Clean Boot
If your computer is not starting normally, or if you receive errors when you start your computer that you cannot identify, you could consider performing a "clean boot." This operation starts the computer by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This can help you troubleshoot the problem.
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