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

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    nunamoose Guest

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

    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!

  2. #2
    Nanrn Guest

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

    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!

  3. #3
    Sharon Guest

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

    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.

  4. #4
    zachd [MSFT] Guest

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

    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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