Task Scheduler Error Message

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RinnyP

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The Task Scheduler in Windows 7 suddenly got the error message: "The selected task "{0}" no longer exists." The problem seems to be in the AppID folder as the PolicyConverter task suddenly flew out of the computer. I wanted to recreate this task but cannot create a new task in that folder. Nothing happens when clicking on AppID even though I sign in as Administrator. I have no problem creating a new task in any other folder though. I then wanted to delete the entire folder and recreate the 2 tasks but the AppID folder would not delete. Any help or suggestion would be very appreciated.Thanks.
 
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