What version of Max are you using? Are you on a Mac or Windows machine? Do you only get it with only one patcher, or all the time? Does it happen when you first launch the patcher, or when something gets changed in the patcher? Does it seem to be related to a specific object? These kinds of things--as well as being able to see the patcher itself--can help folks identify the issue. Periodically, I get odd things in the Max window as well, but they seem to happen much less frequently than before.
On Mac (10.8.2), latest Max (6.0.7) though the problems have happened pre 10.8 and through all versions of Max6.
It's hard to reproduce but always happens when I'm editing the patch, and only really pops up once per time I notice it (hence why it's so hard to reproduce). I used to think it was related to using old externals (fftease) but even after dropping them, I still get it from time to time. The only externals I'm using are AHarker externals.
i use max 6.0.7 on mac os 10.6.8
this message appears since i use poly (with a groove and record in it),
i don't know from where it comes, i work only on one project so it's allways the same patch
and appears all the time when i lauch the patch, it's possible that it slow down the launching of my patch