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Site Settings - Page Layouts and Templates Error

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

I'm getting an error page when trying to reach Page Layouts and Templates page from site settings on one of the sites in our collection.  When the user clicks on Site Settings -> Modify all site settings -> Page Layouts and Site Templates an error page is displayed with the message: Data at the root level is invalid. Line 1, position 1.  I've checked Event Viewer on the server and found no errors for this issue.  I'm very new to SharePoint Admin and I'm not sure why this would happen.  I'm including an exerpt from the log file below.  Does anyone have any ideas for me? 

10/30/2009 13:50:01.42 	w3wp.exe (0x0BC4)                       	0x07C8	Windows SharePoint Services   	General                       	8e25	Medium  	Failed to look up string with key "ReportBuilderContentTypeDesc", keyfile .	 
10/30/2009 13:50:01.42 	w3wp.exe (0x0BC4)                       	0x07C8	Windows SharePoint Services   	General                       	8l3c	Medium  	Localized resource for token 'ReportBuilderContentTypeDesc' could not be found for file with path: "(unavailable)".	 
10/30/2009 13:50:01.43 	w3wp.exe (0x0BC4)                       	0x07C8	Windows SharePoint Services   	General                       	72kg	High    	#20015: Cannot open "Resources.en-US.resx": no such file or folder.	 
10/30/2009 13:50:01.43 	w3wp.exe (0


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