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Fix Buffer Overrun Detected: Understanding Data Errors

September 11th, 2011 Posted in CD ROM, Device Drivers, Installer Error Comments Off on Fix Buffer Overrun Detected: Understanding Data Errors

 

You will immediately need to fix buffer overrun detected errors if you encounter them in the use of your computer. The security risks they pose are very serious and can intensify with time, despite the fact that they are extremely common. Dealing with buffer overrun detected errors as soon as they arise will prevent you from having further complications with your computer.

 

What is Buffer Overrun Detected?

Buffer overrun detected errors are common errors with operating systems that are Windows based. Essentially it is an error that is produced when computer software is compromised with data that is untrustworthy. System corruption occurs as unchecked data is copied. Corruption can be mild causing access violation, segmentation fault or a core dump, but it may also be more serious like the introduction and execution of malicious codes.

 

What Causes You to Need to Fix Buffer Overrun Detected?

Buffer overrun detected errors are usually caused by data that has been externally introduced to your C or C++ coded software. Excess data is also a cause of such issues. You may experience program crashing, or malicious software may be executed on your system due to the vulnerabilities the untrustworthy data has exploited in the software. If you copy data that has not been checked into software, you can be the cause of buffer overrun detected errors.

 

How Can You Fix Buffer Overrun Detected?

Fixing buffer overrun detected errors is relatively easy despite how troublesome they can be. You just need to follow the step by step instructions below to clear up these unexpected issues.

 

Solution

Steps:

 

  1. Begin by making sure your system has the latest in Windows updates in order to properly fix such issues. Check this by: in Windows XP, click on Start.
  2. Then choose All Programs, followed by Accessories.
  3. Select Windows Update and then search for and start the necessary updates and downloads.
  4. Restart your computer once updates are completed.
  5. Use the “Check for updates” option to check if there is an updated version of the software you are getting your buffer overrun detected error with. If so, download this version of the software.
  6. Enable your computer’s firewall by going to Start and choosing Control Panel.
  7. Choose Classic View on the left.
  8. Double click on Windows Firewall.
  9. Click On in the Windows WP General tab. Finish by clicking OK.
  10. Attempt to use the software in question once again. Your buffer overrun problems should be resolved and you should be able to use the software without any issues.

 

Good luck with your computer repair issue. I hope this helps you fix buffer overrun detected errors on your computer.

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CD Player Error 1: Fixing Broken Tunes.

September 11th, 2011 Posted in CD ROM Comments Off on CD Player Error 1: Fixing Broken Tunes.

 

One of the great things about the CD ROM Drive on your computer is that is can also serve as a CD player for you. This means you can listen to all the music you desire, unless of course something happens to your CD ROM drive and you start to experience an error or two.

 

What Is a CD Player Error 1?

A CD Player Error 1 message will appear when something is amiss with your CD ROM Drive in regards to playing a CD. Depending on what type of CD you are putting in and what type of CD ROM Drive you have on your computer, the CD Player Error 1 can actually mean a few different things. However, no matter what the actual error code means, the result is likely the same, which is you not being able to play anything on your CD ROM Drive.

 

What Causes a CD Player Error 1?

A CD Player Error 1 can be caused by several things. One thing that is common is that the CD being inserted contains a newer format of music files, such as wave or MP3. Some older CD ROM Drives simply can’t support those types of files. Another possibility is that the drivers on your CD ROM Drive are in need of updating. Another cause, that is much more severe, is your CD ROM Drive actually failing all together.

 

Fixing CD Player Error 1 Problems

There are two do-it-yourself solutions you can use to troubleshoot and then fix your CD Player Error 1 problems. The solution that works best will vary according to each situation so you shouldn’t lose hope if the first solution doesn’t work.

 

Solution 1: Check Your CD ROM Drive

Steps:

  1. Take the CD causing the CD Player 1 Error out of your CD ROM Drive.
  2. Insert a different CD into your CD ROM Drive ensuring it is not a copy.
  3. Attempt to play.
  4. If play is successful and the failed CD was a copy, your CD ROM Drive likely cannot play newer music files.
  5. If play fails, try one additional CD that is not a copy.
  6. If failure occurs again, your CD ROM Drive is likely in need of replacement.

 

Solution 2: Conduct a Windows Update

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button on your desktop.
  3. Click ‘All Programs.’
  4. Click ‘Windows Update.’
  5. You will then see a wizard with on screen instructions to follow.
  6. Click ‘Finish.’
  7. Restart your computer.
  8. Attempt to play CD again.

 

Hopefully this will fix your CD Player Error 1 problems and get you back to listening to the tunes of your choice. Good luck!

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