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When running Rhapsody it runs one day for hours -- next (after having the computer off) -- it starts then a minute or two later gives me a message that it must close. I am running a brand new install of Windows Vista 32 bit.

Looking at the event log there is a message that states the MCSTRM service could not start, then a message regarding a page fault.

Any assitance would be apprciated.

-Ed
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Please read this forum: http://forums.techarena.in/windows-security/673853.htm

I believe they found their solution to a similar problem
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Solution provider did some legwork (googled some) -- I did that. But did not provide a here's how to fix the problem step by step. What I needed was, in the essense of time, someone who could distill the possibllities and give me a quick "do this" answer.
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