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I am Continously getting the following error Message in SMS_Inventory_Data_Loader, Could some one help me
The following is the message content

I am getting these messages in thousanda of numbers.

SMS Inventory Data Loader failed to process the delta MIF file "X2izcap1v.MIF" and has moved it to "F:\SMS\inboxes\auth\dataldr.box\BADMIFS\p5o183k6.MIF."

Possible cause: The file attempted to update inventory information in the SMS site database that does not already exist, or the file contains invalid syntax.
Solution: The client inventory needs to be resynchronized, which will be done automatically. Look for the status messages 2714 and 2715, which indicate the resynchronization has begun.
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I found the solution myself, The following article from Microsoft provides a HotFix to resolve the issue

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843219
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