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Event ID: 5 Source: OfflineFiles

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A portion of the Offline Files cache has become corrupted. Restart the computer to clean up the cache
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ME230738 was useful for me; it provides information on how to restart the Offline Files cache/database.
Try resetting the offline files cache by going to Folder Options -> Offline files -> hold down Shift + Control and click "delete files". This should reset the offline files cache, causing it to be completely rebuild from server drive made available offline.
From a newsgroup post: "I used to have this error at log in. I turned off the offline files option and manually deleted the files in the %windir%\CSC (client side caching) directory. I have not received the error since."

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