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Zune Error 1317: Get Your Tunes Back

September 30th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Microsoft Zune Comments Off on Zune Error 1317: Get Your Tunes Back

 

When the Apple iPod was all the rage, Microsoft came out with the Zune in order to compete. Since then the Zune brand has evolved into a whole line of digital media including portable media players and a way to stream television and music to devices such as the XBOX 360 and the Windows Phone 7. However, a constant error that continues to pop up is the Zune Error 1317.

 

What Is the Zune Error 1317?

When the Zune Error 1317 comes up it does so in the form of a long strung out pop up error message on your computer screen. The problem is that when this error occurs, whatever is trying to be downloaded is stopped dead in its tracks. In fact, this particular error is very frustrating as the download will usually go all the way to around 95% or more and quit just before complete.

 

What Causes the Zune Error 1317?

The Zune Error 1317 is usually cause by a couple different factors. One of the most obvious possibilities is a corrupt file associated with your Zune that resides on your computer’s registry. It could even be that your Zune device or devices are simply not updated properly in conjunction with your computer.

 

Fixing the Zune Error 1317

Depending on the cause of your Zune Error 1317, you have a couple of options when attempting to solve the problem. The solution that will work best for you will obviously depend on the actual cause of your Zune Error 1317 problem, but you can execute all the fixes until you find the solution that is right for you.

 

Solution  1: Update Zune Software

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Go to http://www.zune.net/en-us/products/software/download/default.htm.
  3. Click  ‘Download Now’.
  4. Watch for a wizard to pop up.
  5. Follow the wizard prompts.
  6. Restart your computer after update is complete.

 

Solution 2: Update Windows

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button on your desktop.
  3. Click ‘All Programs’.
  4. Click ‘Windows Update’.
  5. Watch for a wizard to pop up.
  6. Follow the wizard prompts.
  7. Click ‘Finish’ when prompted.
  8. Restart your computer after update is complete.

 

Solution 3: Uncheck Simple File Sharing (Advanced Technique for Windows XP Pro Only)

Steps:

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Click the Start Button on your desktop.
  3. Open My Computer.
  4. Under the tools Menu click ‘Folders Options’.
  5. Go to Advanced Settings – List Box.
  6. Uncheck  ‘Use Simple File Sharing’.
  7. Click Ok.
  8. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Theses steps will hopefully stop your Zune Error 1317 problems from occurring and have you back to listening to your music and downloading all that you desire with your Zune devices. Good luck!

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Get Help With (Winsock Error) Messages:

September 29th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Network Errors Comments Off on Get Help With (Winsock Error) Messages:

 

Winsock is commonly used by those who access a network with their computers. When there is the need for a Winsock fix, it is typically because the user can’t access the internet or the network properly.

 

What is a Winsock Fix?

Winsock is an acronym that many years of computing got from ‘Windows Sockets API.’ Winsock is how Windows networking software accesses services on the network, so it makes sense that a Winsock fix is needed whenever there is a Winsock problem. There are a number of problems that can arise as a result of a Winsock error and these problems are usually made known when a pop up error message comes up.

 

What Causes a Winsock Fix to be Needed?

A Winsock fix will usually be needed as the errors will not allow a user to do even the most basic of tasks on their computer or their computer’s network. For example, you might not be able to log onto the internet or you might get booted off as soon as you get on. These problems can arise as a result of malware infections on your computer or they can be due to corrupt files on your computer’s registry.

 

How to Conduct a Winsock Fix

As there are many Winsock errors that can arise, there will therefore be multiple solutions for your Winsock fix. However, there are three common fixes that may help with the majority of the Winsock problems you might be experiencing.

 

Solution 1: Update Windows

Steps:

  1. Start your computer (Use F8 to initiate Safe Mode if you want to play it ultra safe).
  2. Click on the Start Button.
  3. Click on All Programs.
  4. Click on Windows Update.
  5. Follow the on screen prompts.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.

 

Solution 2: Malware Scan

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Locate the icon for your anti-malware software on your desktop or lower toolbar.
  3. Double click the icon.
  4. Run a ‘Complete System’ malware scan.
  5. Delete any malware found.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 3: Do a System Restore Back

Steps:

  1. Start your computer (Use F8 to initiate Safe Mode if you want to play it ultra safe).
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. Click ‘Control Panel’.
  4. Click ‘System’
  5. Go to ‘System Protection’ tab.
  6. Click ‘System Restore’
  7. Click ‘Apply’
  8. Click ‘OK’
  9. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

This should get your computer back to normal by helping you execute a Winsock fix, allowing you to get back to the internet and your network. Good luck!

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Winsock Error: Solutions to Fix a Multitude of Winsock Errors

September 29th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors Comments Off on Winsock Error: Solutions to Fix a Multitude of Winsock Errors

 

Winsock errors can be commonplace for those who use a network. These errors are numerous and can be rather annoying, especially if you can’t complete a simple task such as access the internet as a result.

 

What is a Winsock Error?

A Winsock error will occur at the most inconvenient times. Usually associated with networks, Winsock is actually a shortened version of ‘Windows Sockets API,’ which is a technical way of saying how Windows networking software should access certain services on the network. When Winsock errors occur an error code pop up message will be displayed. A typical Winsock error can keep you from accessing the internet or completing even a simple task in association with your network.

 

What Causes a Winsock Error?

A Winsock error can be triggered by a variety of causes. The most common causes is a likely malware infection on your computer that has either not been scanned for or has not yet been caught. Another cause can be files getting corrupted due to the installation of networking software in a manner that is either inconsistent or inaccurate.

 

Fixing Winsock Error Problems

Microsoft has two solutions in particular that you can use when attempting to fix your Winsock error problems. However, you can also try an addition solution first and see if it works for you or not.

 

Solution 1: Malware Scan

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Locate the icon for your anti-malware software on your desktop.
  3. Double click the icon to open.
  4. Run a ‘Complete System’ scan.
  5. Delete any malware that the scan catches.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 2: Perform a Windows Update

Steps:

  1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is booting up.
  2. In Safe Mode, click the Start Button.
  3. Click ‘All Programs’.
  4. Click ‘Windows Update’.
  5. Follow the on screen instructions you will see.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.

 

Solution 3: Install Microsoft Service Pack 2 (SP2)

Steps:

  1. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28.
  2. Locate the download for Microsoft Service Pack 2 (SP2).
  3. Select SP2.
  4. Watch for the installation wizard to come up.
  5. Follow instructions given by installation wizard.
  6. Click ‘Done’ when prompted.
  7. Restart your computer.

 

** Please note that you may need to install Windows Service Pack 3 (SP3) as support for Windows Service Pack 2 is no longer available.

Hopefully these solutions will help you to quickly and accurately fix your Winsock errors so you can get back to normal computer usage once mire. Good luck!

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Windows JIT Debugger: ‘Just-In-Time’ for Catching Errors

September 29th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Internet Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Windows JIT Debugger: ‘Just-In-Time’ for Catching Errors

 

Anyone who uses Visual Studio is likely aware of the Windows JIT Debugger program. While Visual Studio has a debugger of its own, the Windows JIT Debugger can kick in when other outside applications are experiencing problems.

 

What is Windows JIT Debugger?

The JIT part of Windows JIT Debugger is an acronym for Just-In-Time. So, as the name would suggest, the program will debug a problems on a ‘just-in-time basis. This is typically seen when a pop up message is launched by the Windows JIT Debugger allowing you to either let a fatal error occur or check into the problem. However, this application can sometimes fail and all sorts of problems can arise as a result.

 

What Causes Windows JIT Debugger to Fail?

If your computer is infected with a virus of some sort it may be disallowing your Windows JIT Debugger to run properly. Another common cause of this type of error is when a file or files on your computer’s registry have become corrupt. However, the most likely cause of a Windows JIT Debugger problem is the fact that another program, like Visual Studio, has a built in debugger and that debugger is competing with the Windows JIT Debugger causing all sorts of problems.

 

Fixing Windows JIT Debugger problems

There are two simple solutions that you can try when you are attempting to tackle problems with your Windows JIT Debugger. The one that works best or you will obviously depend on the actual cause of your troubles.

 

Solution 1: Make Windows JIT Debugger Default Debugger

This step may require you to login as the administrator so you can change the registry key. This will all depend on the Windows operating system you are running.

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. Click on Tools.
  4. Click on Options.
  5. Located the Options Dialog box.
  6. Select your Debugging Folder.
  7. Highlight and select JIT Debugger.
  8. Either clean or select programs labeled Script, Managed, and/or Native.
  9. Click OK.

10. Restart your computer to allow change to take hold.

 

Solution 2: Complete a Virus Scan

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Find the anti-virus icon on your desktop or on your lower tool bar.
  3. Double click the anti-virus icon.
  4. Find scanning options.
  5. Select the ‘Full System Scan’ option.
  6. Run the scan.
  7. Delete any viruses that are found.
  8. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Hopefully this will help you get your Windows JIT Debugger running the right way again. Good luck!

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How to Fix an Invalid Handle Error So You Can Reconnect

September 27th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors Comments Off on How to Fix an Invalid Handle Error So You Can Reconnect

 

If you are attempting to do low level tasks, such as burn a DVD with your DVD burner, you may not be allowed to do so. This frustration may be the cause of an Invalid Handle Error.

 

What is an Invalid Handle Error?

In terms that non computer programmers can understand, an Invalid Handle Error is an attempt to open a low level read capability program that has failed. When this occurs an error message will pop up alerting you to the fact and whatever application you were trying to open will not be able to be open successfully.

 

What Causes Invalid Handle Error Problems?

Invalid Handle Error problems can be caused by a number of different factors. It may be that your computer has contracted a virus and that virus is affecting the way some of your computer’s files and/or extension attempt to communicate. Another possible cause is a corrupt file or files on your computer’s registry. Your computer may even a have files that are simply not updated leaving misconfigured files.

 

Fixing Invalid Handle Error Problems

As there are different causes for the Invalid Handle Error problems you may be experiencing, there will also be different solutions. The solution that will work the best for you will all depend on your particular problems.

 

Solutions 1: Run a Virus Scan

Steps:

  1. Locate the anti-virus icon on your desktop.
  2. Open your anti-virus program by double clicking the anti-virus icon.
  3. Look for scanning options.
  4. Choose the ‘Full System Scan’ option.
  5. Run a complete full system scan.
  6. Immediately delete any viruses are found.
  7. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.
  8. Check for recurrences of error.

 

Solution 2: Perform a Windows Update

Steps:

  1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
  2. In Safe Mode, click the start button.
  3. Click ‘All Programs.’
  4. Click ‘Windows Update.’
  5. Follow the on screen instructions you see.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed to allow updates to take place.
  7. Check for recurrences of errors.

 

Solution 3: Do a System Restore Back

Steps:

  1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
  2. In Safe Mode, click the start button.
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Select System.
  5. Go to System Protection tab.
  6. Select System Restore.
  7. Click Apply.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Restart your computer.
  10. 10. Check for recurrences of errors.

 

Hopefully one of these solutions will fix the Invalid Handle Error problems your computer is experiencing. Good luck!

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How to fix Invalid File Errors: Steps to Fixing Invalid File Errors on Your Computer

September 27th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors Comments Off on How to fix Invalid File Errors: Steps to Fixing Invalid File Errors on Your Computer

 

What Is an Invalid File Error?

Invalid File Errors occur when you’re attempting to open a file or program on your computer and for some reason, the file won’t open. The error may appear as: Error XXXX: Invalid File Type.

 

What Causes an Invalid File Error?

Invalid File errors occur when a file extension is missing, broken, or unrecognizable, or it can occur when a user error, a corrupt un-installation or installation, or a virus damages file associations in the Windows registry.

 

How to Fix an Invalid File Error

There are few options to fixing an Invalid File error, depending on what the root cause of the issue is.

Solution 1: Delete and Resave the Invalid File

Steps:

  1. Locate the invalid file.
  2. Highlight the file with your cursor.
  3. Right click on the file.
  4. Select Delete.
  5. When prompted if you want to delete the file, click Yes.
  6. The file will be removed from your computer.
  7. Locate the source of the original file and resave it to your computer if you need the file.
  8. If it still isn’t working, request that a new file be sent to you from the originator.

Solution 2: Move all Files Except the Corrupt File to a New Folder.(When you receive an Invalid File error when attempting to remove a file from your computer and the steps in Solution 1 above won’t work, try this solution.)

Steps:

  1. Locate the folder of the corrupt file.
  2. Remove all contents from the folder to a new folder with the exception of the corrupt file.
  3. Delete the folder that contains the corrupt file.
  4. Locate the source of the original file and resave it to your computer if you need the file.
  5. If it still isn’t working, request that a new file be sent to you from the originator.

Solution 3: Download a Program that will open the File Extension (.pdf, .jpg. etc.)

Steps:

  1. Determine the file extension of the Invalid File.
  2. Locate the software program you need to download so your operating system recognizes the file extension.
  3. Download the program.
  4. Open the file.

If one of the above solutions doesn’t fix the File Invalid issue, you can also consider the following:

  • Try changing the file extension to an extension supported by your operating system. However, this often converts the file so that it’s unreadable in some instances, but not always.
  • If you’re getting a File Invalid error for a CD-ROM, CD, or DVD, you want to confirm that your computer has a program that supports the file types on the discs. In many instances, it may not.

One of these solutions should resolve an Invalid File error on your computer. Let me know if you have additional questions. Good luck!

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Correcting the Vodafone Error 31 with Simple Steps

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors Comments Off on Correcting the Vodafone Error 31 with Simple Steps

 

Nearly the entire world is now connected. Not only is it intertwined by the ever changing technological speedway called the internet, but it is also becoming increasingly connected to this vast network of information via wireless devices. With the invention of wireless cards utilizing data through wireless cell carriers this availability has become even deeper saturated. Vodafone, the worlds largest revenue generating telecommunications company with nearly 350 million subscribers is also one of the leading distributors of wireless card devices. Despite their success, they too have their share of issues regarding irritating errors. According to some customers one of the more elusive problems has been the Vodafone error 31.

 

What Causes a Vodafone Error 31?

The Vodafone error 31 and companion error 619 have been a plague to those who have attempted to use their purchased wireless card with no success. There can be a number of reasons why this can occur and running through a series of troubleshooting can solve the problem.

 

How to Fix a Vodafone Error 31

In order to fix a Vodafone error 31 you will need to run through a series of troubleshooting steps to rule out any possible conflicts or errors. These are some simple steps that can easily solve the frustrating problem.

 

Solution: Troubleshooting a Vodafone error 31

Steps:

  1. To begin correcting your Vodafone error 31 verify that you have an internal modem in your laptop. If you do, then you need to check to see if it is disabled.
  2. Second, check to see if you are current with your updates on the network. It is important to note that if you have not used your service for a while you may need to do an update on the network.
  3. To do a manual update you can use your dashboard software, or you can take the SIM card and insert it into a handset. If you roam on to your local network then you will update the card.
  4. If these do not solve the problem, then it may be a software issue that can be corrected by reestablishing the program. Follow the software’s un-install process and then re-install it to your computer. This may resolve the problem.
  5. If these solutions do not correct the problem, then it may be a good idea to speak to Vodafone customer service and verify that there is nothing wrong with your account that could be causing the problem.

 

Thank you and I hope that this information was helpful. Please let me know if this fixed your Vodafone Error 31 or if you need further assistance, and I hope that this has helped to correct your challenging problem. Good luck.

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What to Do if You Get an Invalid Menu Handle Message

September 22nd, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors Comments Off on What to Do if You Get an Invalid Menu Handle Message

 

If your Windows operating system is Windows XP then you may run into an Invalid Menu Handle error from time to time. When this happens you will not be able to download whatever it is you are trying to download and therefore not be able to view it.

 

What is an Invalid Menu Handle?

An Invalid Menu Handle is an error message that will pop up when you are attempting to download something. This is common with ZIP files that can contain PDFs, MP3s, and the like.

 

What Causes an Invalid Menu Handle?

When you are trying to download something and it just won’t work you will get a message stating that an Invalid Menu Handle had occurred. This is caused by certain files or extensions on your computer not communicating in the proper manner. This can be due to an invalid pathway or it can be due to certain programs that are not fully updated on your computer. In the case of programs that are not updated properly, you may have a file and/or extension that have become corrupt.

 

Fixing Invalid Menu Handle Problems

 

Fixing the Invalid Menu Handle problems that you are encountering can be handled in a couple of different ways. Of course, your solution will vary according to your cause, but try both solutions and see which one works for your particular set of circumstances.

 

Solution 1: Update Windows XP

Steps:

  1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
  2. Once in Safe Mode, click the start button.
  3. Find and click on All Programs.
  4. Click where it says Windows Update.
  5. Follow the on screen prompts you see.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.

 

Solution 2: Associate Files with Devices

Steps:

  1. As a precaution start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of booting up.
  2. Once in Safe Mode, click the start button.
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Select Folders Options.
  5. Select File Types.
  6. Associate correct files with appropriate devices, such as a PDF with your PDF view and an MP3 file with your MP3 Player.
  7. Select Apply if applicable.
  8. Restart your computer to allow updates to take effect.

 

This should get you started on fixing your Invalid Menu Handle problems and you should be back to downloading what you need in no time at all. Good luck!

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MYOB Error 3000: Solutions that let you ‘Mind Your Own Business’ Again

September 18th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Installer Error, Internet Error Comments Off on MYOB Error 3000: Solutions that let you ‘Mind Your Own Business’ Again

 

MYOB (Mind Your Own Business) is an Australian software company that provides small and midsized businesses with accounting, payroll, web hosting, and other retail services. One of the more common errors to occur with MYOB is the dreaded MYOB Error 3000.

 

What is MYOB Error 3000?

A MYOB Error 3000 is an error that will occur when you are simply trying to utilize the software in a normal fashion. This can make it hard, if not impossible, for you to complete the task you are attempting and if left alone, the error usually gets worse and intensifies.

 

What Causes MYOB Error 3000?

The MYOB Error 3000 is an error that is typically associated with an abrupt or sudden exit to the program while a record was in the process of being written. Another possible culprit could be a file or files on your computer’s registry that are corrupt leaving the program to have pathways that are bad and therefore fail.

 

How to Fix MYOB Error 3000

When you go about fixing your MYOB Error 3000 you can do so by conducing the company’s recommended fixes or you can try to take your computer back in time before there was a problem. If one solution doesn’t work for you, the other might, so you will want to give all solutions a fair shake.

 

Solution 1: Optimise (spelled with an ‘s’ as opposed to ‘z’) with the MYOB Optimisation Assistant

Steps:

  1. Open your MYOB company file.
  2. Go to File Menu.
  3. Choose ‘Optimise Company File.’
  4. Wait while optimisation takes place.
  5. Restart your computer.

 

Solution 2: Verify Your MYOB Company File

Steps:

  1. Ensure all other users are signed out if working with a network.
  2. Open your MYOB company file.
  3. Go to File Menu.
  4. Choose ‘Verify Company File.’
  5. Wait for configuration window to open.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Wait for verification scan.
  8. View errors report and click OK.
  9. Restart your computer.

 

Solution 3: Do a System Restore Back

Steps:

  1. Start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer is in the process of turning on.
  2. In Safe Mode, click the start button.
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Select System.
  5. Go to System Protection tab.
  6. Select System Restore.
  7. Click Apply.
  8. Click OK.
  9. Restart your computer to take it back to a restore point before the error occurred.

 

For best results, attempt the first two solutions in order, then move on to the third if not successful with your MYOB Error 3000 fix. Good luck!

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Mouse Keeps Freezing? Solving Mouse Problems

September 18th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, PC Performance Comments Off on Mouse Keeps Freezing? Solving Mouse Problems

 

If your mouse keeps freezing up as you try to work on your computer, you will find that progress is very slow. Luckily the causes of this computer glitch can easily be solved at home.

 

What Is a Mouse Keeps Freezing Problem?

Essentially a mouse that keeps freezing is one that works fine for a period of time and then completely stops working. The arrow or cursor that indicates movement of the mouse is stuck in one position and refuses to move despite your manipulations of the mouse. If this happens repeatedly, you need to troubleshoot your mouse.

 

What Causes Mouse Keeps Freezing Problems?

There are a variety of causes for mouses that keep freezing. It may be a technical problem such as batteries that have lost their charge or a cord that is frayed or not plugged in. Another possibility is that the mouse you are using may be defective. One of the most common causes are improper drivers that need updating. Another possible source of this problem is malware. These destructive software cause problems in using input devices.

 

How to Fix Mouse Keeps Freezing Problems?

Knowing how to fix a mouse that keeps freezing is very useful. Luckily there are a variety of solutions. You may achieve success at the first step or anywhere along the way. You just need to systematically work through the steps below to troubleshoot your mouse problems. In no time, you will be able to take back control of your computer once again.

 

Solution

Steps:

  1. Your quick fix is to turn off your computer and turn it back on again. This often solves the problem.
  2. If your problem persists, check its power source. If it is a corded mouse, it should be securely plugged in. For a cordless mouse, be sure the batteries are fresh.
  3. Make sure that the USB hub where the mouse is connected is receiving power. You can do so by plugging in another device that uses the USB hub.
  4. Check to see if the mouse works on any other computer system. This will help you determine if the problem is the actual mouse or the computer.
  5. Do an anti-virus scan to search for malware. Follow the directions to get rid of the malware if the software does not do it automatically
  6. Check your driver to be sure it is up to date by going to the Start button.
  7. Choose Settings.
  8. Choose Control Panel and click on the mouse icon.
  9. Select the tab marked Hardware, then choose Properties and then Driver.
  10. Choose the option marked Update Driver and then opt for Install the Driver Automatically. A search for the optimal driver will be done and the chosen one installed.
  11. When installation is complete, shut down the computer and reboot it. Your mouse should be working perfectly.

 

Hope these tips help you get your mouse back on track and solves your mouse keeps freezing problem.

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