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what does this log mean?

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DEBUG (13:35:10.0132): createfile w: .MountPointManager -> .MountPointManager (0 - 3) = 00000358 (0)DEBUG (13:35:10.0132): createfile w: .MountPointManager -> .MountPointManager (0 - 3) = 00000358 (0)DEBUG (13:35:10.0132): createfile w: .MountPointManager -> .MountPointManager (0 - 3) = 00000358 (0)DEBUG (13:35:10.0132): createfile w: .MountPointManager -> .MountPointManager (0 - 3) = 00000358 (0)ERROR (13:35:10.0133): failed to inject into C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe: failed to access thread context. Please note that Mod Organizer does not support 64bit binaries! (The parameter is incorrect. [87])DEBUG (13:35:10.0304): hooks removed----------- LOG END -----------DEBUG (13:35:10.0366): hooks removed----------- LOG END ----------- 

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After running BOSS, Internet Explorer 64bit version is attempting to open the BOSS log. Because it is a 64bit program, it throws this error. You would have to set the default html viewer to be a 32bit program (like the 32bit version of Internet Explorer) for the error to disappear.

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I'm fairly certain it does not like your browser. It's looking for a 32 bit executable and is getting a 64 bit one. Have you tried making either firefox or chrome your default?

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It's pretty harmless. I get this error when MO launches Cyberfox automatically for whatever reason (Cyberfox being a 64-bit port of Firefox). Still launches well.

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