Still had the problem and contacted Symantec for support. x 19 EventID.Net From a newsgroup post: "I had the same problem on a laptop that I had installed NAV onto. When I check the event viewer, there is an item related to that service: Event Type: Information Event Source: UPHClean Event Category: None Event ID: 1401 Date: 7/9/2008 Time: 11:03:53 AM We had the same problem as well and in our case we used TightVNC software. this contact form
x 2 Anonymous In my case it happened because I had Spybot Search and Destroy running with TeaTimer, who had the registry in use, preventing uninvited mal-/spy- and ad-ware. I recreated the account's local profile on the server and I was then able to successfully start the service. A Network Error code #3 is generated for this: This error code may indicate one of the following: - the requested path does not exist - the user may not have DenAtHome (TechnicalUser) 27 Feb 03 09:24 A word of caution...This problem, at least on my computer, is inconsistent.I kept a log as I continued to install software on my computer and
Windows Cannot Unload Your Classes Registry File It Is Still In Use By Other
Yooper46 (IS/IT--Management) 1 Feb 03 14:52 Found the Slow Shutdown Fix and it corresponds exactly to when my system slowed down.Thanks for that post!I will fix immediately when I get to They just have not released this patch to the public as of yet. From troubleshooting this issue this is exactly the problem that I was having.The only problem with the article at this time they do not list a fix but want you to Find this setting under Group Policy Editor > Local Computer Policy > Computer Config > Admin Templates > System > Logon.
But this does fix the issue.
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The reason was disabled VirusScan 7.00.5 before shutdown.
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The only way to stop the issue is to stop iTouch loading at all - which kinda defeats the object of buying a sexy keyboard for lazy Internet use!Good luck to
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EvilPeppard (IS/IT--Management) 20 Sep 03 18:05 Solution found:Now, I have for sure found a solution to the roaming profile and 60 second logoff time problem.I have to thank members at www.asitis.org Click "Start", click "Run", type "cmd" (without the quotation marks), and then click "OK".2. Only things left to do (I think) are to remove hotfixes one at a time and then SP3 or reinstall Norton AV to see if it corrects the problem. RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file.
Therefore, the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes registry subkey cannot be unloaded when you log off from the computer because of the cached handle. Windows Cannot Unload Your Registry File The Media Is Write Protected I had disabled the service for apple mobile device, since I don't use either an iPhone or Apple Tv and have no plans to. I had SP3 and all of the latest hotfixes installed before the AV install and the system was working perfect. number).Stopping the spooler service solves the problem.It seems like a network problem, but disconnecting the network or turning off the network printer have no effect.I think installing Windows Media Player 9
any suggestions? Every ten or so times I have tried to shutdown, my Windows registry corrupts itself." Windows 2000 could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEMCED "I have now Automatic LiveUpdate Scheduler service: Check Services in the Administrative Tools in the Control Panel. I've been worried about what mine looks like, because I know I have several things that I can't get rid of via add/remove programs in control panel.
Windows Cannot Unload Your Registry File The Media Is Write Protected
Bulk (TechnicalUser) 31 Dec 02 10:38 I am getting the same thing. When the program that is locking the profile is no longer referencing the registry, the profile will be unloaded. Windows Cannot Unload Your Classes Registry File It Is Still In Use By Other CAUSE=====This problem may occur if both of the following conditions are true: - You have Windows 2000 Professional installed on your computer. -and-- You install the update that is documented in sanmonkey (TechnicalUser) 10 Apr 03 00:21 Fixed my registry unload problem by removing BOTH Q329170 and Q328310, thanks to this tip:http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&newwindow=1&selm=be6e850b.0304071541.529a6eee%40posting.google.com RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file.
Check it out and hope it sorts out your problem. jkoch (IS/IT--Management) 15 Feb 03 04:14 Thanks for the tips. Reboot server4. navigate here RE: Windows cannot unload your registry file.
it comes up as a Warning in the Application Event log. Event Type: Warning Event Source: Userenv Event Category: None Event ID: 1517 Date: 7/8/2008 Time: 2:53:21 AM User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM Computer: YOUR-F31493CC9A Description: Windows saved user YOUR-F31493CC9A\Owner registry while an application The following are excerpts from this article:SYMPTOMS========When you log off your domain, it may take longer than you expect (a minute or more) for the operation to complete.
Maagen (Vendor) 14 Aug 03 10:48 HiI have the same problem as "friar".
Warning, Event Source: Userenv, Event ID#1517. Or are there new versions of this drivers that solve logoff problem?thanks. This doesn't say "load"- it says "unload" and it's because you didn't log off to 'unload' the Registry. it's here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/2003_Server/Q_23473590.html Paul 0 Message Author Closing Comment by:RoadhouseBlues2008-06-11 Comment Utility Permalink(# a31465905) While this wasn't the exact solution, it did help out in that applying it reduced the