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Windows 7: debug.log on start-up for no apparent reason?

26 Oct 2012   #1
gideonrichter

Windows 7
 
 
debug.log on start-up for no apparent reason?

Code:
 
[0927/102906:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(2086)] Corrupt Index file
[0927/102906:ERROR:cache_util_win.cc(43)] Unable to move the cache: 5
[0927/102906:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(134)] Unable to move cache folder C:\Users\Gideon\AppData\Local\Facebook\Messenger\fbmessenger.cache to C:\Users\Gideon\AppData\Local\Facebook\Messenger\old_fbmessenger.cache_000
[0927/102906:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(221)] Unable to create cache
[0927/123001:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0927/220143:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(2086)] Corrupt Index file
[0927/220143:ERROR:cache_util_win.cc(43)] Unable to move the cache: 5
[0927/220143:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(134)] Unable to move cache folder C:\Users\Gideon\AppData\Local\Facebook\Messenger\fbmessenger.cache to C:\Users\Gideon\AppData\Local\Facebook\Messenger\old_fbmessenger.cache_000
[0927/220143:ERROR:backend_impl.cc(221)] Unable to create cache
[0928/084847:WARNING:dns_config_service_win.cc(481)] Failed to read DnsConfig.
[0928/084902:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/084905:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/085140:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/101802:WARNING:dns_config_service_win.cc(481)] Failed to read DnsConfig.
[0928/101802:WARNING:dns_config_service_win.cc(481)] Failed to read DnsConfig.
[0928/101812:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/101815:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/102055:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234934:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234937:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234939:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234941:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234944:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234946:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234948:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234951:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
[0928/234953:ERROR:proxy_resolver_winhttp.cc(79)] WinHttpGetProxyForUrl failed: 12167
I get this, everytime I start my laptop up. I don't have Facebook messenger installed anymore, as it wouldn't send messages. It opens in a notepad file, every time.


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28 Oct 2012   #2
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

I would suggest the easiest fix may be to navigate to C:\Users\Gideon\AppData\Local\Facebook and delete the entire Facebook folder. This will not affect your ability to access Facebook. Let us know if this helps. A Guy
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31 Oct 2012   #3
fehri2008

Windows 7 Home premium x64
 
 

I had the same issue since I installed the facebook messenger.
I figured a way out of it, then I thought i should share it with you:

First: go to:
C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
the you'll find a text document (DEBUG LOG.TXT), delete it,

Then: press start button, type MSCONFIG,
A box will appear, choose STARTUP,look into the list that will appear to find a file (DEBUG),simply uncheck it, then press ok.
Restart you PC
..and that's all u need to do,

tell us if it worked, I tried it myself and it works perfectly .

good luck
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