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TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE has stopped working.... ????

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nunamoose

#1
In the last few days, when this Core Duo Vista Home Premium
laptop boots, or even comes out of hibernation, I'll often see a
box that says something close to:

TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE HAS STOPPED WORKING
Windows will try to find a solution


I click, it goes away, and I don't miss anything. Overall, the
transition to Vista has been quite painless and comfortable, but
this is annoying.

What's going on?

Thanks!
 

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Nanrn

#2
"nunamoose" wrote:

> In the last few days, when this Core Duo Vista Home Premium
> laptop boots, or even comes out of hibernation, I'll often see a
> box that says something close to:
>
> TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE HAS STOPPED WORKING
> Windows will try to find a solution
>
>
> I click, it goes away, and I don't miss anything. Overall, the
> transition to Vista has been quite painless and comfortable, but
> this is annoying.
>
> What's going on?
>
> Thanks!
>
 

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N

Nanrn

#3
I'm having the same problem. Whenever I boot up my computer, I get the
message that Task scheduler engine has stopped working and that windows is
working to find a solution! Any suggestions would be great!

"nunamoose" wrote:

> In the last few days, when this Core Duo Vista Home Premium
> laptop boots, or even comes out of hibernation, I'll often see a
> box that says something close to:
>
> TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE HAS STOPPED WORKING
> Windows will try to find a solution
>
>
> I click, it goes away, and I don't miss anything. Overall, the
> transition to Vista has been quite painless and comfortable, but
> this is annoying.
>
> What's going on?
>
> Thanks!
>
 

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S

Sharon

#4
I'm having this problem too. Is there a solution for it please? The box is
constantly coming up on my screen and I'm really having problems accessing
any software applications.

"nunamoose" wrote:

> In the last few days, when this Core Duo Vista Home Premium
> laptop boots, or even comes out of hibernation, I'll often see a
> box that says something close to:
>
> TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE HAS STOPPED WORKING
> Windows will try to find a solution
>
>
> I click, it goes away, and I don't miss anything. Overall, the
> transition to Vista has been quite painless and comfortable, but
> this is annoying.
>
> What's going on?
>
> Thanks!
>
 

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Z

zachd [MSFT]

#5
What's the specific fault data for this crash according to the Problem
Reports and Solutions center:
http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#bucket
?

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"Nanrn" <Nanrn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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> I'm having the same problem. Whenever I boot up my computer, I get the
> message that Task scheduler engine has stopped working and that windows is
> working to find a solution! Any suggestions would be great!
>
> "nunamoose" wrote:
>

>> In the last few days, when this Core Duo Vista Home Premium
>> laptop boots, or even comes out of hibernation, I'll often see a
>> box that says something close to:
>>
>> TASK SCHEDULER ENGINE HAS STOPPED WORKING
>> Windows will try to find a solution
>>
>>
>> I click, it goes away, and I don't miss anything. Overall, the
>> transition to Vista has been quite painless and comfortable, but
>> this is annoying.
>>
>> What's going on?
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
 

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