This entry indicates that a manifest file, located at %windir%\winsxs\Manifests is corrupt. This particular entry shows that the manifest was detected as corrupt when compared against the catalog. Some manifest files are contained within the SURT’s store, and so SURT can replace these manifest files itself. These entries will be followed by a complementary (fix) line in the CheckSUR.log. However, when this has not happened, because the corrupt manifest file is not in the SURT’s store, the manifest must be replaced manually. Instructions for doing so can be found here: (f) CSI Manifest Missing
It is very rare for this error to stem from a corrupt catalog as opposed to a corrupt manifest, although if you can think of nothing else to do, hashing the catalog, and comparing to a clean copy might be advisable. Alternatively, this error might indicate a problem relating to catalog verification.
It might be advisable to verify that the Cryptographic Services (CryptSvc) and the Software Protection (sppsvc) services are running, repair or rename the catroot2 folder (for more details, see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc734109(WS.10).aspx) or delete the SoftwareDistribution folder as a final resort, possible by using this Fix-It in Aggressive Mode: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971058
The deletion of the catroot2 folder is the most likely to fix this issue, assuming that the manifest is definitely clean. If nothing else works, it can occasionally be down to installed security software, or even a 3rd party firewall.