And yet, the explanation text on the question states:
"This is an informational message that indicates a problem caused by mistakes in the information the user has entered and not actual errors."
Are not "mistakes in the information the user has entered" in fact, something that can be "corrected by the user" by simply re-entering the information correctly? It sure seems to me that we're given two aspects of the full situation in two separate choices here ... informational messages that indicate a place where the user has made a mistake and can (and should) correct their error.
Oh well, if everything were clear-cut and simple many of us would be without jobs! :satisfied: