This type of error appears to be generated when the system encounters damaged data (i.e. damaged configuration files, damaged registry). This type of damage is usually hard to recover without a restore from a good backup. In some instances, it may be possible to manually recreate the damaged information as some of the Q article suggest - M195669 for example.
Sometimes, this error is caused by lack of configuration files or other settings that various applications may expect. See M256000 for example.
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