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08-28-2010 03:07 PM
Getting a message during "start up" of my computer.
Says: Warning: Logger :: Initialize () is not yet called.
The log file may experience corruption if being used by
a multiple-DLLs environment.
When checking the computer during selective boot,
the problem occurs when the Picture Mover Application
is enabled during the Start Up.
How do I fix this? Is there an update or download that
can be run?
Please help! THANKS!! : )
08-28-2010 03:21 PM
You probably should try going back to a known good system restore point before your problems started occurring.
Right mouse click on my computer, then properties, then system protection and click on the restore button. When the restore window opens, click on the box to show all available restore points and then a date when your PC was last working correctly. If you are using Norton AV then be sure to turn off "tamper protection" under the miscellaneous setting before trying the restore process.
09-06-2010 09:39 AM
That is a poor response.
I have a compaq presario running vista home prem which I just took out of the box today for the first time. I know it sounds unusual but I bought 2 of these a year ago and just opened the box for the second one today.
I went thru the initial setup software installed by hp/compaq. Then on one of the reboots after that I started getting thais error with every reboot.
Logger::initialize ia not yet called . The log file may experience corruption if being used by a multiple-DLLs.
Since this is only a logging issue do I care about this function? Isn't there so change I can make to the registry that stops this msg from appearing? It is certainly not any log I care about.
Is it possible the original install software has an issue and there is some download on hp website that updates this ridiculous issue?
I think I have an option with this pc to upgrade for free to windows 7 HPrem. If I take that option will this ridiculous error go away. BTW this error started before I added ANY software to the machine. So far the only software added is a subscription to Norton security and Firefox and the error appeared before adding that software.
10-21-2010 08:11 AM
I do agree that was a poor response. If it helps you or anyone else entering this post, I had the same error message and found a solution. The Picture Mover program that HP installed on the PC is the culprit. You can either disable it in msconfig, or uninstall the program. Good Luck!
07-18-2012 07:00 AM
If you don't use Picture Mover on your computer you can try disabling it form start up to see if it helps resolve the error message. If you are having a problem with a different application, please advise what application it is that is generating the error.
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