Re: MS WIN MALICIOUS SOFTWARE REMOVAL TOOL MESSAGE

From: Randy Treit [MSFT] (randyt_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: 05/01/05

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    This can happen when the Malicious Software Removal Tool queries for
    information about a process while the process is in the middle of
    initializing or terminating.

    The tool logs errors like these in the mrt.log file for troubleshooting
    purposes. It's probably nothing to worry about. If you re-run the tool does
    it continue to log this error?

    Randy

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    "belp" <belp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
    news:76A59C6B-C525-4400-A60B-D6FC2A5AD7CC@microsoft.com...
    > What does this mean? belp
    > --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v1.3, April 2005
    > Started On Sun May 01 00:00:40 2005
    > ->Sysclean ERROR: MemScanGetImagePathFromPid(2036) (Win32 Error Code:
    > 0x00000005 (5):Access refused.) [600]
    > Results Summary:
    > ----------------
    > -> Sysclean ERROR: Internal error, code = 8004
    > No infection found.
    > 
    

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