Scheduler error 0x80090016 error

My W2K Scheduler is now getting a 0x80090016 error.  I tried restoring mstask.dll and
there are no cryp entries in the registry.  Any suggestions?
gferrazzAsked:
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gferrazzAuthor Commented:
Sunray

I am using IE 6.0.  Any other ideas? I'm not sure about soing a repair installation just for the scheduler.   This hole issue came about because of a virus.  System is cleam now but the scheduler is not working.

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sunray_2003Commented:
Hope you had updated your virus scanner and then scanned for virus. The problem is the virus may not have been fully erased..

Check these

http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBI/tip4100/rh4102.htm

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;246183

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gferrazzAuthor Commented:
Sunray:

Been there...Done that.... Virus scan is clean.     I also tried the procedures you
mentioned without any success.   I am wondering if re-installing I.E. 6.0 would
help.  Is the system scheduler part of the I.E. install?

Thanks

Jerry
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sunray_2003Commented:
Check out task scheduler service and see if it running fine

check here start --> run --> services.msc

Also check to see if you have got the latest service pack for windows 2000 by going to windowsupdate.microsoft.com
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gferrazzAuthor Commented:
have done all you suggested with no success!!!!  
    Update Virus Scan
    Perform Complete Virus Scan
    Look for Crypo entry in registry
    Task Scheduler service running
 
HELP!!!
 
 
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