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Windows Search Service Integrity

Updated: January 12, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

The Windows Search service indexes information about the contents of your hard disk to facilitate your searches, making them much faster and more accurate.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1003

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The Windows Search Service started.

1013

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Windows Search Service stopped normally.%1

3014

Microsoft-Windows-Search

An exception occurred. ID: %2. This is an internal error. Reproduce the error with the debugger attached and enable exceptions, then contact product support. One of the components loaded in your system is bad. You may be able to avoid the problem by recreating the index.%1

3024

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The update cannot be started because the content sources cannot be accessed. Fix the errors and try the update again.%1

3025

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Critical error %2 occurred, and the index was shut down. The system is probably low on resources. Free up resources and restart the service.%1

3026

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Advise Status Change failed. The system is probably low on resources. Free up resources and restart the service.%1

3034

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The registry version does not match with the expected <%2>, or the registry cannot be accessed because the service account does not have the correct permissions. Uninstall the previous version before installing the new one.%1

3052

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The crawl was requested to be stopped.%1

3085

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The application network access account is invalid. Update the account with a valid username and password. %1

3087

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The gatherer files cannot be flushed, and this action cannot be completed. The gatherer will attempt to flush files again. If the problem persists, restart the service, free system resources or verify that your hardware is working properly. %1

3088

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The checkpoint record cannot be updated, and this action cannot be completed. The gatherer will attempt to update the checkpoint record again. If the problem persists, restart the service, free system resources or verify that your hardware is working properly. %1

3089

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The gatherer files cannot be saved, and this action cannot be completed. The gatherer will attempt to save the files again. If the problem persists, restart the service, free system resources or verify that your hardware is working properly. %1

3090

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The gatherer files from the previous checkpoint cannot be restored, and this action cannot be completed. The gatherer will attempt to restore the files again. If the problem persists, restart the service, free system resources or verify that your hardware is working properly. %1

3091

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The checkpoint record cannot be read, and this action cannot be completed. If the problem persists, restart the service, free system resources or verify that your hardware is working properly. %1

3099

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Unable to terminate notifications normally. Restart the service or contact Product Support.%1

7011

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Directory location <%2> is invalid. The application configuration cannot be read. Reinstall the application.%1

7013

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The update was paused because the disk <%2> is full. Free up disk space to continue crawling the index.%1

7040

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The index contains data that cannot be read. The search service will attempt to automatically correct this problem. If this error persists, remove and recreate the index.%1

7066

Microsoft-Windows-Search

Configuration directory %2 is missing, and disaster recovery must be performed. If there are existing indexes, they must be restored from the last backup. If there is no backup of index data, then delete the catalogs and recreate them.%1

7068

Microsoft-Windows-Search

The registry cannot be read, possibly because the registry keys for this index are missing. You may have to delete and recreate the index %1.

Related Management Information

Windows Search Service

Windows Search

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