Parsing error

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Kirrie2001, Nov 27, 2003.

  1. Kirrie2001

    Kirrie2001 Guest

    Every time I do a search, using (search) I get an error.

    Error parsing C:\WINDOWS\system32\URTTemp\config
    Parser returned error 0x80070003

    I then press OK, the message disappears, and the search
    continues to the end. It does not seem to interfere with
    anything.
    I am using WINDOWS XP home edition.
    Can I prevent this problem? and how do I do it.
    Thanks for any help on this subject.
     
    Kirrie2001, Nov 27, 2003
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  2. I would recommend asking in the following newsgroup. I did find a solution
    but it was in Japanese and wasn't able to translate it:

    microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
     
    David Herman \(507119\), Nov 27, 2003
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  3. Every time I do a search, using (search) I get an error.
    Which search are you using? E.g. the search bar or a search
    from the Address bar?

    In any case a Google Groups search finds that this is a previously
    encountered symptom with no clear resolution.

    (Google Groups search for
    URTTemp parsing (MVP OR MSFT)
    )

    The most promising sounding idea came from Mark L. Ferguson
    who suggested:

    <quote>
    Rightclick C:\Windows\Inf\srchasst.inf

    Click install.
    </quote>

    Unfortunately there wasn't much feedback from the poster
    to know how well this works as a fix.


    BTW this is clearly off-topic in this newsgroup.
    You may have better luck posting in a newsgroup which specializes
    in your OS, or whichever version of .Net Framework you are using.
    Apparently that is what installs that directory; FWIW I have it
    but I don't have anything in there called Config. According to
    Ken Wickes [MSFT] the error code means "path not found";
    so if you don't have a Config in there either that would explain the code.


    HTH

    Robert Aldwinckle
     
    Robert Aldwinckle, Nov 28, 2003
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