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The description for Event ID ( 105 ) in Source ( ptssvc ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. The following information is part of the event: The event log file is corrupt.
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This may appear if the user deletes the Kodak camera software directory without removing the software through Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel.
This seems to be related to the Kodak Picture Transfer software & XP. Some further information that might be related to this can be found in ME320911.
PTSSVC, the Picture Transfer Service from Kodak is usually installed with your Kodak DX-series camera. If you have disabled the picture transfer software in some way (through system tray, control panel or registry) then you may get errors like this in the eventlog at startup. You will note in Services.msc that the service is unhelpfully called "ptssvc" rather than anything more descriptive.
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