Search-Service Error Messages

Discussion in 'alt.windows7.general' started by TMitchell, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. TMitchell

    TMitchell Guest

    Please forgive this long post, but I need help with my Windows 7 program
    encountering the following succession of problematic Event Log entries
    related to the Search Service each time I boot up (they appear right
    after the ESENT message that: ”Windows (4844) Windows: The database
    engine (6.01.7601.0000) started a new instance (0).”

    Source: ESENT Event ID 455 - Windows (4844) Windows: Error -1811
    occurred while opening logfile
    C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Search\Data\Applications\Windows\MSS00780.log.

    Source: Search Event ID: 9000 - the Windows Search Service cannot open
    the Jet property store. Details: 0x%08x (0xc0041800 - The content index
    database is corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041800)

    Source: Search Event ID: 7040 -The search service has detected
    corrupted data files in the index {id=4700}. The service will attempt to
    automatically correct this problem by rebuilding the index. Details:
    The content index catalog is corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041801) (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 7042 -The Windows Search Service is being
    stopped because there is a problem with the indexer: The catalog is
    corrupt. Details: The content index catalog is corrupt. (HRESULT :
    0xc0041801) (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 9002 -The Windows Search Service cannot load
    the property store information. Context: Windows Application,
    SystemIndex Catalog. Details: The content index database is corrupt.
    (HRESULT : 0xc0041800) (0xc0041800)

    Source: Search Event ID: 3029 -The plug-in in <Search.JetPropStore>
    cannot be initialized. Context: Windows Application, SystemIndex
    Catalog. Details: The content index catalog is corrupt. (HRESULT :
    0xc0041801) (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 3029 -The plug-in in <Search.TripoliIndexer>
    cannot be initialized. Context: Windows Application, SystemIndex
    Catalog. Details: Element not found. (HRESULT : 0x80070490) (0x80070490)

    Source: Search Event ID: 3028 -The gatherer object cannot be
    initialized. Context: Windows Application, SystemIndex Catalog.
    Details: The content index catalog is corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041801)
    (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 3058 -The application cannot be initialized.
    Context: Windows Application. Details: The content index catalog is
    corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041801) (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 7010 -The index cannot be initialized.
    Details: The content index catalog is corrupt. (HRESULT : 0xc0041801)
    (0xc0041801)

    Source: Search Event ID: 1013 -Windows Search Service stopped normally.

    Source: Search Event ID: 1088 -The Windows Search Service is starting
    up and attempting to remove the old search index {Reason: Index
    Corruption}.

    The above Event log error messages are then followed by three messages
    that “The Windows Search Service has successfully removed the old search
    index”, “The Windows Search service is creating the new search index
    {Reason: Index Corruption}“ and the ESENT message that “Windows (5864)
    Windows: The database engine (6.01.7601.0000) started a new instance
    (0)”. These are followed by a couple more Search “warning” messages
    that “The content source <file:C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft
    Office/Office14/Visio Content/> cannot be accessed”.

    All of the above happens each time I reboot, as if something during the
    boot process is trying to access the Windows Search feature or something.

    Any ideas?
     
    TMitchell, Aug 9, 2012
    #1
    1. Advertisements

  2. I can't help with your problem, but let me encourage you.

    It's always a good idea to provide too much rather than too little
    information. Many people don't provide enough info for even the
    knowledgeable denizens to help, and some of them even resist requests
    for more info.

    So thanks for your long post...
     
    Gene E. Bloch, Aug 9, 2012
    #2
    1. Advertisements

  3. TMitchell

    Paul Guest

    A poster here, found a setting in Piriform CCLeaner was the culprit.

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com.../thread/e286be80-ed7e-4026-b6b7-d512ff642db5/

    Paul
     
    Paul, Aug 9, 2012
    #3
  4. TMitchell

    TMitchell Guest

    TMitchell, Aug 10, 2012
    #4
    1. Advertisements

Ask a Question

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments (here). After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.