This is a Windows ‘external’ error, not an internal CostGuard or data error.
A restart may clear up the issue. If the problem persists, please see the following information.
If you’re receiving a Windows error that looks like this:
Then click ‘Debug’ to learn more (this is a message from Windows, not from CostGuard).
If you then see a kernel32 error like this:
then there may be a problem in the config file. Please explore to this file, and double click it:
Make sure the data= and system= settings are valid, AND have a backslash at the end:
DATA=M:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\CostGuard Shared\Data\
System=M:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\CostGuard Shared\system\
This is generalized info about the kernel error: