Event ID 333 -
An I/O operation initiated by the Registry
There is Event ID 333 with this message in the Event Viewer: “An
I/O operation initiated by the Registry failed unrecoverably. The Registry
could not read in or write out or flush one of the files that contain the
system's image of the Registry”.
resolutions: Event ID 333 can be hardware
or software issue.
- Some anti-virus and backup software may cause this
- Disable suspect software. Or use msconfig to remove
the software form the startup. Also you may try to boot the safe mode to
see if you still receive the same Event ID.
- We have seen some cases regarding “disk quota”. If
the user reaches the quota, it may generate event ID 333.
- Software may damage some system file such as
TCPIP.SYS. If you receive this error after installing new software, you
may try to remove it.
- Uninstalling/reinstalling or upgrade the SP
- It can be NIC issue. Try to reload or upgrade the
- It can be a faulty motherboard or CPU.
- If you suspect hard disk issue, use chkdsk /r to the
disk. Or check the free space.
- It can be defect memory.
- It can be the hard disk cable.
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