Windows 7 64 bit on laptop. Error 0x00000050 consistent when doing a search

I can reproduce this error consistently. I do a search and get an error 0x00000050. I have installed the hotfixes per google, updated all drivers, checked for viruses, the laptop is current as can be. I have check the memory.dmp file and nothing new except a generic error. I am now cleaning the registry. I am running bootcamp on a MacBook Air. Any help would be appreciated. I have google this to death and nothing found that helps. The error DOES not happen in Safe Mode.
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Maidine FouadEngineerCommented:

0x00000050 Can have many causes , im afraid you will have to check for a lot of things:

Try the Disk Check Utility First:

Open the Start Menu, type cmd in the search box, and press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

Then use chkdsk C: /F

It will run the test on the start-up

Next Step if it stills Shows up , Checking the ram for faults

I suggest the Microsoft windows memory diagnostic tool ;

if its still shows up check the computer for overheating :

Although Computers are designed with heat dispersion and ventilation ... as they get older crazy stuff happens...Including Blue Screens

You can do that Using this software:

If none of those help Troubleshoot the issue you can use the Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset from Windows, to fix registry and Corrupted system files ...

Or you can Re-format it and hopefully it will fix it

Good luck

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
which search? internet explorer or windows search?
Do you get a blue screen at start?
check also in event viewer for errors - that may show you the cause
dronethoughtAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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