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application error xp service pac 3 oxc0000006

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I recieve this error while windows is loading.systray.exe Application error

The Application failed to initilize properly (oxc0000006)
click on ok to terminate the application
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arnold earned 500 total points
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Run sfc /scannow on the system to make sure that your system files were not altered.
The issue might be that the SP3 install was incomplete or that your systray was being restored from a prior/different version.
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