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    • How to Fix the Unmountable Boot Volume Error Message in Windows XP

      How to Fix the Unmountable Boot Volume Error Message in Windows XP

      A common error that occurs with the Windows XP operating system (OS) that results in a system crash is the unmountable boot volume error message. When this error occurs, it is an indication that the OS is having difficulty starting or booting from the computer’s “C” drive. Due to the Windows XP OS’s maturity, the

    • Error 815

      Error 815

      Windows error 815 occurs when a Windows computer fails to make a DSL connection. This code replaces traditional error codes 676, 678, 691, and 769 from Windows XP, and no less than four different causes trigger it. The error’s four possible causes include DSL server problems (or an indicator that the phone line is busy),

    • Error 678

      Error 678

      Error 678 is an error that is reported when a remote system does not respond correctly when an attempt is made to connect to the Internet. The Error 678 message appears as “The remote computer did not respond.” Broadband connections If this error occurs with a broadband connection, it could be because of the following

    • Bad_Pool_Header

      Bad_Pool_Header

      One of the most famous fatal errors that occurs on computers running the Windows Operating System (OS) is the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). A BSOD may be the result of a number of problems including hardware, software, or driver incompatibility with the computer’s OS. The BSOD often prevents users from rebooting their computer or

    • 0xc0000135

      0xc0000135

      Windows error 0xc0000135 is displayed when an application fails to initialize properly. It is also displayed when a new program, game, or plug-in is installed and fails to work properly due to the wrong version of .Net being installed on the computer or as a result of a computer malware infection. Is the .Net Environment

    • How to Solve a Buffer Overrun Detected Problem

      How to Solve a Buffer Overrun Detected Problem

      Buffer overrun detected problems may occur when software that is coded in C or C++ permits unsafe data. This problem happens with all operating systems, but it is particularly common on Windows operating systems. The unsafe data that is introduced externally can exploit vulnerabilities in software or cause program crashes. This can permit malicious software

    • 0x000000f4

      0x000000f4

      What is Error Code 0x000000f4? Error code 0x000000f4 occurs when a computer process, program, or critical program thread unexpectedly terminates and the computer’s Operating System can no longer function on the Microsoft Windows OS. Error code 0x000000f4 is also known as the Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). This error occurs more frequently on Windows

    • How to Solve “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” with My USB Drive

      How to Solve “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” with My USB Drive

      If the error “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” is displayed while a USB drive is being used, it is possible that there is a problem accessing the data on the drive. This is not an uncommon problem and it occurs especially when a USB storage device is used on different computers. A well

    • 0x800a0007 Windows Update Error

      0x800a0007 Windows Update Error

      Even though it might be alarming to see “0x800a0007 Windows Update Error” on one’s computer, it is quite easy to repair. Computer users receive this error message for various reasons, especially when trying to update software. Some common reasons for receiving the 0x800a0007 Windows Update Error are incorrect settings in Secure Socket Layers (SSL), incorrect

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