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    • 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

    • NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error

      NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error

      Windows Operating System (OS) users may encounter the NMI Parity Check/Memory Parity Error during the computer start-up process. The error is normally displayed when a computer hangs or stops responding during the Windows start-up process, and may be the result of a number of hardware or hardware configuration problems. What does the NMI Parity Check/Memory

    • Lsass.exe System Error

      Lsass.exe System Error

      The Lsass.exe System Error is a problem that may affect a computer system running Windows XP. Lsass (Local Security Authentication Subsystem Service) manages the log in process information for accounts on the system. Three things that may cause an error with the Lsass.exe process: The msvcrt.dll file was corrupted or replaced with an incompatible version.

    • How to Fix Error 0x80070570

      How to Fix Error 0x80070570

      Error code 0x80070570 is one of the most common errors on computers. The error typically shows up on the screen as a message. It is important to repair the computer as soon as a message with this error code appears as it can seriously damage the system. It causes a computer to perform slowly and

    • Cannot Copy and Paste in Windows

      Cannot Copy and Paste in Windows

      Copy and paste are Windows commands that allow users to copy content from a source that is then “pasted” in another window or program. The process can be done by selecting any supported content such as text or a file on the disk, right clicking to open the context menu, selecting copy from the list,

    • How to Monitor Windows Server

      How to Monitor Windows Server

      People monitor system resources in order to evaluate their computer workload, observe changes and trends in resource usage, test configuration changes, and diagnose problems. Task manager presents a snapshot of programs and processes that are running on the computer and provides a summary of the computers processor and memory usage. System monitor logs performance and

    • Error 734

      Error 734

      Error 734 is a Point-to-Point Protocol error, usually associated with workstation connectivity to a internet provider or wide area network connection. The exact error message is "Error 734: The PPP link control protocol was terminated.". Source of the problem Error 734 is usually produced due to an error in authentication. Generally the username or password

    • Error Loading Operating System

      Error Loading Operating System

      The Error Loading Operating System error appears when an operating system fails to load properly. This error is localized to the Microsoft Windows XP operating system, so users of other operating systems should not face this problem. Essentially, the Error Loading Operating System error occurs at a point between the computer’s BIOS running checks on

    • Error Code 80072efd

      Error Code 80072efd

      Error code 80072efd often occurs when users try to update Windows Vista through the Windows Update service. Overloaded Microsoft update services or incorrect firewall settings can trigger this error. If the Microsoft server causes the error, it can be corrected within the hour. When this occurs it is typically due to unusually high demand on

    • SVCHOST.EXE Application Error

      SVCHOST.EXE Application Error

      Svchost.exe is a system process that handles the processes executed from the dynamic-link libraries (DLLs). A number of services are run from the dynamic-link libraries and svchost.exe is the generic host process name used for such services. A Few years back, Microsoft decided to move all of the functionality from internal Windows services into the

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