This error message stands for STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER, which means that a function that the application called received a parameter that was not valid. This is not of much help for the common user, as one generally does not have any means of investigating the problem. The most that one can do is to search for hotfixes or updates for the application that encountered this problem.
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