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Wuauclt.exe: Solutions for Proper Updating

September 29th, 2011 Posted in EXE errors Comments Off on Wuauclt.exe: Solutions for Proper Updating

 

Wuauclt.exe is part the Windows operating system and it is a file that runs n the background checking for Windows Updates via the Microsoft server. When an error occurs with Wuauclt.exe the result scan be disastrous.

 

What Is Wuauclt.exe?

Microsoft will routinely put out updates for many of its Windows based operating systems. Some of these updates are for performance enhancements and others are to fix security holes. The Wuauclt.exe is the actual file that is responsible for looking for these updates and setting them into motion on an automated basis when they are found. If not working properly, your computer will not update Windows properly which can lead to lots of trouble.

 

What Causes Wuauclt.exe Error?

A Wuauclt.exe error can be caused by a number of things. One of the most likely causes would be the accidental deletion of the file. Another common cause could be a corrupt file or files on your computer’s registry. Still another problem could be in with memory of your computer itself.

 

Fixing Wuauclt.exe Problems

It is important to note that some Wuauclt.exe files are actually viruses in disguise, so you should be careful when viewing them or attempting to fix them. Of course, the perfect solution will depend on what is causing your specific Wuauclt.exe problem.

 

Solution 1: Ensure the Wuauclt.exe Error is not a Virus

Steps:

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Look on your desktop and locate the anti-virus icon.
  3. Double clicking the anti-virus icon.
  4. Look for scanning options.
  5. Select the ‘Full System Scan’ option.
  6. Run the scan.
  7. Delete any viruses uncovered.
  8. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 2: Look for Deleted Wuauclt.exe File

Steps:

  1. Start your computer.
  2. Double click the Recycling Bin icon on your desktop.
  3. View all the files that are contained in the folder.
  4. If you find Wuauclt.exe, then highlight it.
  5. Click Restore.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 3: Test the Memory

Steps:

  1. Start your computer (start in Safe Mode by pressing F8 during boot up if you want to be cautious).
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. In the search box you will see type in ‘mdsched.exe’.
  4. Press ‘Enter’.
  5. Select whether you wish to run the test now or on the next restart.
  6. If next restart option is used, the tool will run the next time your computer gets booted up.
  7. If an issue with the memory is found, you will be alerted.
  8. Check for solutions and execute.
  9. Restart your computer to allow any changes to take effect.

 

This should give you a place to start with any Wuauclt.exe problems you might be encountering. Good luck!

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Solve a Svchost.exe Error with these Simple Steps

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, EXE errors, PC Performance, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve a Svchost.exe Error with these Simple Steps

 

The powerful operating system Windows has been a reliable resource for millions of individuals and businesses. This is an incredibly stable system, but even one as strong as this one has its weaknesses. One of these weaknesses is files that either have corrupted information, or they fail to properly interact with other programs. One important file for Windows is the svchost.exe file, which loads .dll files into your computers memory so that other programs can use them. If suddenly a program shuts down you may find that you have a svchost.exe error.

 

What Causes a Svchost.exe Error?

The Svchost.exe error is a problem mainly created by a program that attempts to close because it is either programmed to, or it has run in to a problem but has unfortunately improperly shutdown.

 

How to Fix a Svchost.exe Error

Although this is a frustrating problem, there is a solution. In order to fix the svchost.exe error there is a manual process that can be taken to correct the problem and solve the error.

 

Solution: Manually correcting the svchost.exe error

Steps:

  1. To begin manually solving the svchost.exe error you will need to first log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Next you need to Click on the Start tab located on the desktop
  3. From there you will select Run.
  4. At the prompting of the dialog box type in the file name services.msc
  5. Press enter
  6. Now you will then need to examine the list for Automatic Updates located in the Services window
  7. Now double click on the link Automatic Updates
  8. From here click Log On from the new window
  9. Next you will need to make sure that the Local System Account button has been checked with the Allow service to interact with desktop unchecked.
  10. Click the Hardware Profile tab
  11. Now from the service listed section you will need to verify that the service listed in the box is checked to enabled.
  12. Next select the General tab
  13. From there you will need to look under Service status and check to see if the service is Started. If this is not started, select the Start button under Service Status.
  14. You will now need to re-register Automatic Updates/Windows Update DLL’s. To do this, begin by clicking the start tab from your desktop and then the run command.
  15. Finally type in the command cmd at the prompt and then when you are complete press enter.

 

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Solve Shutdown Errors with these Simple Steps

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Dll Errors, EXE errors Comments Off on Solve Shutdown Errors with these Simple Steps

 

At some point anyone who has used a Windows PC for any length of time has attempted to shut the computer down only to have it stop or move so slowly that you don’t know what is happening. You may be surprised to know that a shutdown error is one of the most common errors you can experience.

 

What Causes Shutdown Errors?

Although it is frustrating and you may want a straightforward correction that will ensure that this never occurs again the reality is a Windows Shutdown error can be caused by a number of factors ranging from minor disagreements between hardware to errors with individual services or programs.

 

How to Fix a Shutdown Error

In order to fix a shutdown error you will need to troubleshoot through a few possible problems affecting your computer.

 

Solution 2: Troubleshooting a shutdown error

Steps:

  1. To begin correcting your shutdown error you will first need to determine a few facts. If you recently removed a program from the computer you may need to check to see if a program has been correctly been removed
  2. To do this you will first select the Start tab located on your computers desktop
  3. Next select the Control panel
  4. Now you will need to select Add or Remove Programs and look through the list of programs until you find the program that you wanted to remove
  5. Select Change/Remove
  6. When you are prompted select Yes to confirm you want to remove the program. If the program is not on the list you will need to contact the program manufacture to locate instructions for removal

 

Solution 2: Restore to last known good configuration functionality

Steps:

1.  If you are having difficulty starting Windows, then you can restart using the function known as Last Known Good Configuration

2.  In order to do this you will first have to reboot your computer in Safe Mode by holding F8

3.  Next you will need to move the highlight to select Last Known Good Configuration and select Enter

4.  Finally when the boot menu reappears use the arrow keys to choose Microsoft Windows XP, followed by enter

 

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Solve Services.exe Error with These Simple Steps

September 20th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, EXE errors Comments Off on Solve Services.exe Error with These Simple Steps

 

Just like a train that is moving thousands of people and unlimited amounts of product racing through cities and landscapes their needs to be one entity that drives and organizes everything to where they need to be. The computer, particularly Microsoft, is no different. Even with their creative powers constantly pushing the envelope on what a personal and business computer is capable there are still managing files that will fail. The file services.exe is the services control manager used for running, interacting and stopping system services in Windows. Sometimes there can be errors associated with this file, and when there are there can be some disastrous consequences when you are attempting to get your important work accomplished. Fortunately there are some basic steps that can be taken to correct this.

 

What Causes Services.exe Errors?

There are a couple of possibilities for causes regarding a services.exe error. One possible cause is a Windows Update. It is important that if you run into a services.exe error that you check to see if you have all of the current Windows updates. You can check this at www.update.microsoft.com.

 

How to Fix a Services.exe Error

In order to fix a services.exe error there are some manual steps that can be taken. First it may be wise to scan for viruses that may be affecting the file. Services.exe is a prime target for Malware attacks. If these are not the culprit then a registry error may be the solution.

 

Solution: Correcting registry errors

Steps:

  1. To begin correcting your services.exe error you will first be required to reboot your computer in safe mode. This can be accomplished by holding F8 while the computer is restarting.
  2. When the computer has finished its initial loading wait for the prompting and then choose Safe Mode.
  3. You will then press Enter
  4. Next click the Start tab located on the desktop
  5. Select Run and then type regedit in the text box, followed by enter
  6. When the Registry Editor opens expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE by clicking the + sign next to it.
  7. Now expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE to \SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanserver\shares
  8. Select the Shares key by clicking it only once. By right-clicking on Shares, select extract and then save the key to your desktop. You will need to name the file something you will be able to remember, in case you need to restore the file.
  9. Look through the entries with the Shares key, and examine the Data column. Make a list of all files with the Y listed in type. You will need to verify to see if these files and paths actually exist. If you can not actually locate them (meaning they are orphaned) then you will need to return to the registry editor and delete the value in that invalid path.

 

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ISScript.msi Error: Fixing a Problem that Takes Away Your Control

September 13th, 2011 Posted in EXE errors, Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on ISScript.msi Error: Fixing a Problem that Takes Away Your Control

 

Anyone who receives an ISScript.msi error knows it right away. When this occurs, it is impossible to install or uninstall any programs putting your computer into a virtual stalemate.

 

What is an ISScript.msi Error?

A .msi extension is one that is exclusive to the Microsoft installer program known as InstallShield that is on your computer. Therefore when you are receiving an ISScript.msi error it is a certain error with your InstallShield explaining why you won’t be able to install or uninstall any programs. The actual error is one with the script engine of your InstallShield, which is evident by the extension name itself. The telltale sign of this problem is a pop up error message stating there is a script engine that is missing.

 

What Causes an ISScript.msi Error?

An ISScript.msi error can occur for a couple of different reasons. The file itself may have accidentally been deleted in which case it will be missing in action. Another cause could be that the file is old and outdated or just corrupted resulting in the same status.

 

How to Fix an ISScript.msi Error

As there are a couple of different scenarios for the cause of the ISScript.msi error you are receiving, there will likewise be a couple of different solutions. Your actual solution will depend on your actual cause, but simply try each solution and see which one works for you.

 

Solution 1: Restore Deleted File

Steps:

  1. Double click the Recycling Bin icon on your desktop.
  2. View all the files that are contained in the folder.
  3. If you see ISScript.msi, then highlight it.
  4. Click Restore.
  5. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.
  6. Attempt to install or uninstall a program and see if problem persists.

 

Solution 2: Install the ISScript.msi Script Engine

Steps:

  1. Verify the script engine you should be using.
    1. Right click the file you want to install.
    2. Click Properties.
    3. In the Properties window click the Version tab.
    4. Notate the File Version number.
  2. Go to http://consumerdocs.installshield.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=Q108158&sliceId=1
  3. Select appropriate script engine according to what you notated for download.
  4. Click Open when prompted.
  5. When you see a ZIP folder, double click it to initiate the download.
  6. Follow instructions that are given.
  7. Click Finish when prompted at the end of the installation.
  8. Restart your computer.
  9. Attempt to install or uninstall and see if problem persists.

 

This will hopefully fix your ISScript.msi error problems and allow you to once again control the programs on your computer. Good luck!

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Steps to Repairing Lsass.exe Errors for Your Computer

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, EXE errors Comments Off on Steps to Repairing Lsass.exe Errors for Your Computer

 

What Is a Lsass.exe Error?

If your computer crashes, keeps restarting, or you’re having system log in issues, you might see the Lsass.exe Error message pop up. Lsass stands for Local Security Authentification Server.

 

What Causes a Lsass.exe Error?

Most Lsass.exe Errors are caused by a virus that’s attacked your computer. They’re common on certain Windows operating systems where user logins are a common virus target (LSASS manages the targeted user logins on various Windows operating systems).

 

How to Fix a Lsass.exe Error

There are couple solutions to fixing Lsass.exe Errors on your computer.

Solution 1: Install and Run Anti-virus or Spyware programs.

Steps:

  1. Begin by closing any programs your computer is running.
  2. Install an anti-virus or spy-catching software program if you don’t already have one. You can use Microsoft’s Malware Removal Tool to identify and remove infections.
  3. Follow the instructions of the software program and run a full virus scan.
  4. Follow the instructions of the software program to remove all identified malware or viruses.
  5. Set the program to run every week on your computer.
  6. Restart your computer.
  7. After your computer restarts, the Lsass.exe Error should be resolved.
  8. If you still have problems, your registry might have been impacted, so proceed to Solution 2.

 

Solution 2: Run Windows Registry Editor and Clean Boot Your Computer.

Steps:

  1. Back up your system registry. (Because you will be making changes to your computer’s registry, it’s critical you follow these steps exactly. The backup suggested here provides added protection in case something goes wrong).
    1. Go to Start.
    2. Select Run.
    3. Type regedit in the Run window.
    4. Click on OK.
    5. From the menu toolbar, select File.
    6. Select Export from the list.
    7. Enter a name for the back-up file.
    8. Click on Save.
  2. After back-up, go to your Start Menu.
  3. Select Selective Startup.
  4. In the Selective Startup area, select to clear all checked boxes, including Process Config.sys File, Process Winstart.bat File (if presented), Process Autoexec.bat File, Process System.ini File, Load Startup Group Items, and Process Win.ini File.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Restart your computer when prompted.
  7. If your issue is resolved, then repeat Steps 2 through 6, and for Step 4, check one of the unchecked boxes each time until you’ve completely checked all of the boxes again. Upon restart each time, if the lsass.exe issues occurs, then you’ll know that the most recent box you checked is the registry issue.
  8. When you identify a registry issue, you can delete or modify the registry creating the issue.

 

One of these solutions should resolve your lsass.exe error. Good luck!

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