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By Mick@work ·
We've recently installed a new fujitsu lifebook (laptop)but are having problems when it connects to the network.

The problem occurs on boot with a Msgsrv32 not responding message when you press ctrl-alt-delete.

The last file loading before this is a hotsynch file to allow replication with lotus notes

This doesn't happen when booting in standalone even though hotsynch is loaded in the profile

Any ideas?

I'm posting this in pc troubleshooting in case it is a pc/laptop problem

Thanks in anticipation

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by maxwell edison In reply to Msgsrv32

Greetings,

You didn't post the exact and full error message, so it could mean a few things. However, if you cut and paste these links into your browser (REMOVE SPACES if they snuck into the pasted URL), you'll most likely find your resolution.http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q188/8/03.asp

http://www.windows-help.net/windows98/troub-25.shtml

Good luck,

Maxwell

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by Mick@work In reply to Msgsrv32

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to Msgsrv32

See the MS KB Article I Q306616

SYMPTOMS
When you start your computer, you may experience all of the following symptoms:

Your computer stops responding (hangs).

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When you press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, MSGSRV32 is listed as Not Responding in the Close Program dialog box.

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The pointer switches between an hourglass shape and an arrow shape after Windows starts.


When you shut down your computer, your computer may stop responding (hang), and you may also receive an error message similar to the following:
This program is not responding.


CAUSE
This behavior can occur if all of the following conditions are true:

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is enabled on your computer.

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A Palm HotSync cradle (from Palm, Inc.) is connected to your computer.

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The letter "A" is not displayed after the cable model number at the end of the HotSync cradle cable.


Some Palm cradles are incompatible on computers that are ACPI-enabled. Look at the end of your cradle cable. According to the manufacturer, if an "A" is not displayed at the end of your cable model number, you have an affected cradle.

For more information, browse to the following Palm Web site:
http://www.palm.com


RESOLUTION
To obtain an adapter that corrects this issue at no charge, contact Palm, Inc. For more information, browse to the Palm Web site listed in the "Cause" section of this article.

As a temporary workaround, disconnect the HotSync cradle from your computer. For more information, consult your product documentation.


Leopold

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by Mick@work In reply to Msgsrv32

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by Avskanth In reply to Msgsrv32

The file Microsoft msgsrv32.exe or msgsrv32.dll is a file located in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory placed on the computer during the Windows installation. The description of this file is "Windows 32-bit VxD Message Server" and is responsible for such Windows tasks as:
1. Handle Plug and Play messages between various parts of the operating system.
2. Handle responses to and from setup programs.
3. Display the initial logon dialog box if a network is present or profiles are enabled.
Playthe system startup and shutdown sounds.
4. Load the Windows drivers at startup and then unload them at shutdown.
5. Run the shell program.
Visit the following weblink for further troubleshooting steps for MSGSRV32 error:

http://www.computerhope.com/issues/
ch000450.htm

Note: Copy and Paste the whole link in the address bar of your browser.

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by vinni_vasu In reply to Msgsrv32

you did not tell the error message in detail anyway you can get the solution from the following web site.
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q262/9/98.asp

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