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Windows Search Service, Chkdsk, and CqvSvc Errors


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Anyone getting these errors? I get them on a daily basis and usually 5 to 10 times each per day. Below you will find the details. Of course selecting the link reveals nothing. All help would be appreciated.

Event Type: Information
Event Source: Chkdsk
Event Category: None
Event ID: 26212
Date: 5/17/2010
Time: 12:00:56 AM
User: N/A
Computer: BOOMER
Description:
Chkdsk was executed in read-only mode on a volume snapshot.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 70 44 00 00 a7 33 00 00 pD..

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I periodically get the CqvSvc.exe warning and always have. I have disabled windows search completely. Are you running Adminime? That program is a great error generator.

Exception occurred: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException

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Yes I have adminime. I will uninstall and see if my problems are reduced.

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I removed adminime and my total number of errors, warnings, and information notices has been reduced by about 2/3rds. In addition, no messages about my movies at all. Usually I have about 10 to 15 notices on my movies items. I will watch this for several days and see if this continues to be the case.

Unfortunately I still received the windows search error, "The entry <D:\SHARES\USERS\myname\.SVN\LOCK> in the hash map cannot be updated.". Anyone know what this means?

If anyone gets the chkdsk information notice, does it tell you "Chkdsk was executed in read-only mode on a volume snapshot."?

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@ITTOG: Chkdsk is run every night at 00:00 on all your drives. If there's no problem then that's all you should see. If there is a problem, you will be getting a lot of ftdisk or ntfs errors alongside.

The other problem with Windows Search seems to be it's trying to index a Time Traveler temp file. I also have Windows Search turned off, so I am not seeing this and I don't know what the effects are.

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ITTOG,

Welcome to the Adminime list of victoms. You are in good coampany. That is one "BUGGY" application and despite numberous emails from me and several I know, it is still not working as apppears he can not repeat a very repeatable problem. Go figure. I would recommend that everyone remove that thing from their homebuilds as I believe he is only testing on HP's. As for the shares error, I believe this is also another add-in? What else to you have by way of add-in's?

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I can't resist - ITTOG, are you trying to catch up and pass Diehard on the number of Add-ins installed?

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Yeah I think he needs some competition. This doesn't include a couple others that I recently uninstalled due to some errors I was seeing and was trying to figure out if one was the culprit; PMS, adminime, and one other I can't remember the name of right now. pcdoc helped me figure out it was adminime causing most the problems.

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