jarb June 8, 2010 at 07:30:56 Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, 2.5 GHz / 3060 MB
Occasionally when I am shutting down Windows Vista I get a pop-up regarding 0xc0000142 unable to complete (?) with an ok button to click or I usually leave it alone and it disappears and then the program continues it's shut down. What's it mean and how do I correct it?
Could I be getting the message because I installed Microsoft Windows Vista again; noting at one point I was missing some programs. At start up I now have the above listed plus my origianl Windows Vista listed. I have to click on Windows Vista, fill in my password and then all my programs and files are there. Eventually I want to get someone professional to remove the Microsoft Windows Vista that is listed at start up; I think it may have something to do with my Recovery D drive having only 351 mb free of 14.6gb.
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