From: Thomas on 04/29/2003
I was having the same problem and seem to have fixed it.
Look under System Tools - System Configuration. Go to the StartUp tab and check out the ticked items. I assumed that it was one of these applications in the startup that was conflicting. So, I unticked them and then I ticked the most important applications ie.. system registry, etc.... and rebooted. The error disappeared. Then I went back to the StartUp area and noticed that the more important applications had moved to the top of the order. So, I ticked the rest of the applications and rebooted the PC about 6 times and it seemed to get rid of the error.
So, I'm assuming that the order in which those startup applications were being loaded at startup was causing that conflict.
See how you go with that...