From: John B. Matthews on
In article <hk2ma6$bdo$1(a)>,
"Richard Maher" <maher_rj(a)> wrote:

> Oh well, I guess I was just hoping that "Error -2147467259" wasn't as
> generic as it looks and it might have rung a bell with someone. I'd better
> roll up the sleaves. . .

-2147467259 = 0x80004005 = 10000000000000000100000000000101

I doubt it means anything, but I've seen systems that use high order
bits to segregate groups of errors, incorporate legacy errors or encode
multiple errors as a set.

OTOH, this may lead somewhere:


John B. Matthews
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