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Error, sysdata.xml ?

By wayneinreno ·
Can anyone tell me what this error massage "means" ? The system error message reads as follows: Windows has recovered from a serious error: CDOCUME~WAYNE\LOCALS~1\TEMP\WER1.tmp.dir00\sysdata.xml and thats it. I have no clue, but I suspect when I added another used to my machine, he must have loaded, or deleted a file I was unaware of, and that may have done damage to the memory files??? I am guessing here. Please Advise. Thanks.

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by opatzg In reply to Error, sysdata.xml ?

I can opnly tell you the file no longer exists, you can attempt to restore it from your recycle bin. But personally i'd question the need or the fatal error since it appears to be in a temp directory. Temp directories are suposed to only have files in them for loading software and afterwards should be cleaned up by the install procedure however they seldom are. Were you loading a software package in which did not complete? you could edit your registry looking for sysdata.xml and remove anyoccurences of it but I'ld make backups first.
Good luck

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by wayneinreno In reply to Error, sysdata.xml ?

Thanks, It is a temp that was not deleted by
"sure delete" my deleting software. I stopped the program while it was running. I found the file in the registry and deleted the rest of it.

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