I've seen this problem myself and suffered through it. I've never been able to get anyone to say anything more than, "Huh, that's funny..." It usually happens when I've been traveling and turn my machine off while I'm gone. However, I haven't seen it in over a year. So, I would say that yes, it exists, but I have not been able to find more information, either. For what it's worth, I have not seen it in over a year, so perhaps it's really fixed in some of the later service packs of NT 4.
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