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What does this Console message mean?


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I've noticed this repeating message in the Console. Any ideas what it means and if it's a problem? I dont even know how to begin answering this question.


2/20/12 4:04:00 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.lockd[9802]) Exited with exit code: 1
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Usually a code 1 means failure to complete - you have to read the source code or documentation to find the "exact" meaning. launchd is a background service scheduler - like starting up network after the computer hardware has its drivers loaded, etc.
How often does this occur, and what are the two or three messages just before this one - and are they the same each time?
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thanks for getting back to me. im reasonably good with computers but this just goes beyond what i can do.

this is happening about every 3 minutes.

the message before, which also seems to be repeating is about Google notifier. I actually uninstalled and reinstalled it last week because of this.

2/20/12 4:33:07 PM Google Chrome[151] Cannot find function pointer CMPluginInFactory for factory 3487BB5A-3E66-11D5-A64E-003065B300BC in CFBundle/CFPlugIn 0x173ca940 </Users/oxband/Library/Contextual Menu Items/Google Notifier Quick Add CM Plugin.plugin> (not loaded)
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So, does this happen because you are using Chrome and have a gmail notifier plugin?
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I guess. I turned Google Notifier off and im still getting the message. I'm not sure

1 - what i should do?
2 - if this is a problem i need to solve? i have no sense if this is bad for my machine.

thoughts?
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