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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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Correcting a Validation Error with Simple Steps

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Internet Error, Windows Live Mail Comments Off on Correcting a Validation Error with Simple Steps

 

One of the most powerful tools that have been created in the past few decades, and one that has truly had a profound effect on business and culture is HTML. Although this can be an affective and powerful way to get your message and services across to the masses, when working with HTML there are a few basic mistakes in scripting the code that can cause what is referred to as a Validation Error. These are common errors that can be corrected by watching for a few oversights, and correcting these can be as simple as following a few basic steps.

 

What Causes a Validation Error?

When putting a web page together a Validation Error can come from a variety of oversights or mistakes, including such common mistakes as writing HTML in a script element or simply using an ampersand in a URL. To fix this pesky problem there are a few troubleshooting items you can look for.

 

How to Fix a Validation Error

Fixing the problem is a basic process of systematically going through the information you have created a ruling out possible problems that may have occurred. In order to fix a validation error you will need to look at the HTML code you are writings carefully, examining for a few basic common mistakes.

 

Solution 1: Troubleshooting a Validation Error in HTML

Steps:

  1. In order to begin the process of correcting the validation error you will need to first log on to your computer and then open your preferred HTML editor
  2. Next you will need to open the HTML page that you are working with
  3. If you are addressing non HTML information in element content then it is important to note that not all comments and smart tags are recognized within script elements. Look for any strings with embedded script utilizing items such as </P>. If you are using JavaScript then the writer can use a backslash to keep this from being cut up as markup.

 

Solution 2: Troubleshooting Ampersands

Steps:

  1. In furthering the exploration of troubleshooting the validation error then it is important to note that If this does not correct the problem then look for URL links that have addresses that also include ampersands (&) in them.
  2. A Browser may experience serious problems if this error occurs, and to avoid issues regarding both browsers and validators you should employ the technique of adding amp instead of the single ampersand. For example &amp instead of the single &.

 

Thank you and I hope that this information was helpful in addressing your validation error. Please let me know if you need further assistance, and I hope that this has helped to correct the problem. Good luck.

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Solve a Slow Internet connection

September 25th, 2011 Posted in Internet Error, Network Errors, PC Performance Comments Off on Solve a Slow Internet connection

 

The internet has become an important part of our daily lives and when we have a slow internet connection it can not only be excruciatingly frustrating but it can also affect business. There are a number of things that can cause slow internet and here is a brief overview of troubleshooting solutions.

 

What Causes the Internet to be slow?

A slow internet connection can be the result of a number of issues including trouble with a home network, interference with a wireless signal or configuration problems with a broadband router.

 

How to Fix having a Slow Internet connection?

In order to find a solution to a slow internet connection you will have to troubleshoot a few potential problems to determine and correct the issue.

 

Solution one: Router

When configured improperly the broadband router, which is the core of a home network, can be a likely culprit for slowing your internet connection

Steps:

  1. With your router connected and turned on, connect to the internet via a web browser.
  2. Use the router’s administration tool by entering the router’s address in the URL bar. The address of your router can be found in the documentation provided by the router’s manufacturer, however many are either http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1.  The internet does not have to be functioning properly for you to go to this address.
  3. At the prompt for the username and password you will enter the information provided by the documentation from the manufacturer. Often the default for these are “admin”.
  4. At the prompting input the internet connection information that was given to you by your internet provider. You may also need to input the PPPoE password and username if you are using a DSL connection, although this varies and will be given to you by the internet provider as well.
  5. You will now need to verify that the network connection is working properly from your router to your computer. This can be seen on some routers by an indicator light, or you can check to see if the computer has received an IP address from the router.
  6. To check your IP address click on the Windows Start icon and then click Run
  7. Type winipcfg in the box that appears and press enter. This will give you your IP address should you have received one.

 

Solution two: Troubleshooting other options

There are several other possible reasons why you may have a Slow Internet connection and here are some troubleshooting steps that you can take to find the problem.

Steps:

  1. It is possible, if you are using a wireless connection, that you are experiencing a slow internet connection because of signal interference. This can be from other wireless networks in a close proximity, or other devices sending interfering signals. Try and reposition your router so that it may reduce this problem, or move it entirely so that it may be out of range from other interference.
  2. A Slow Internet connection may also be the result of programs that are running in the background and utilizing most of your network resources without you knowing it. Try closing unnecessary programs that may be using up valuable resources.
  3. A Slow Internet Connection is often due to an internet worm. This is a program that infected your computer and is now working through your network using your resources without your knowledge. This can be a simple solution fixed by running your current antivirus program.

 

I sincerely hope that one of these solutions will fix your slow internet connection and I thank you for visiting our site. Good luck and please let me know if I can help in any other way.

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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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Steps to Repairing NTDLL.DLL Errors for Your Computer

September 17th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Dll Errors, Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Steps to Repairing NTDLL.DLL Errors for Your Computer

 

What Is a NTDLL.DLL Error?

If your computer is running slower than usual, or having issues when certain programs are in use, such as Internet Explorer, then you might receive a NTDLL.DLL error message. Depending on the reason for the error, it can appear and pop up with a variety of error messages, including: Crash caused in ntdll.dll!; Unhandled exception at [address] (NTDLL.DLL); [program] caused a fault in module NTDLL.DLL at [address]; NTDLL.DLL error!; STOP: 0xC0000221 unknown hard error C:\Winnt\System32\Ntdll.dll.

 

What Causes a NTDLL.DLL Error?

A NTDLL.DLL error might be caused by a variety of reasons, including some of the most common being a damaged or corrupt version of the NTDLL.DLL file, in addition to problems arising between various programs and Windows, and issues with hardware drivers that might be corrupt.

 

How to Fix a NTDLL.DLL Error

There are some different options to repair NTDLL.DLL errors, depending on the root cause of the issue. Try the following solutions, starting with Solution 1, and then moving on to Solution 2 or 3 depending on which solution best fits your needs.

 

Solution 1: Determine if the error is a temporary, isolated, one-time issue.

Steps:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Run the program you were using when the NTDLL.DLL error occurred to see if you still receive the error message.

 

Solution 2: Reinstall the program for which the NTDLL.DLL error is occurring.
Steps:

  1. If you know the error is always caused when opening a certain program on your computer, uninstall the program.
  2. Download and reinstall the program.
  3. Restart your computer.
  4. Run the program to see if the NTDLL.DLL error still occurs.

 

Solution 3: Disable Add-ons for Internet Explorer

Steps:

  1. Identify if the NTDLL.DLL error is occurring when you run, close or start Internet Explorer. If it is, then proceed to Step 2.
  2. Open Internet Explorer.
  3. From the Menu bar, select Tools.
  4. Select Manage Add-ons.
  5. Select Enable or Disable Add-ons.
  6. Select Add-ons that have been used by Internet Explorer from the Manage Add-ons window.
  7. Choose the first add-on listed.
  8. In the Settings section of the window, click Disabled.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Restart Internet Explorer.
  11. Determine if the NTDLL.DLL is resolved.
  12. If it’s not, repeat Steps 2 through 11 while disabling an additional add on with each run through of the steps. Once you no longer receive the NTDLL.DLL error, you’ll have identified the add-on that was causing the issue.

 

One of these solutions should resolve a NTDLL.DLL Error for a faster and better running computer. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to answer additional questions about this error. Good luck to you!

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Jpeg Error Repairs Make Things Look Great Again

September 15th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Internet Error Comments Off on Jpeg Error Repairs Make Things Look Great Again

 

JPEG errors are commonly discovered by those working with images. They may be photos that we have taken or images that we have downloaded for a specific purpose. Oftentimes it is very difficult to find the exact perfect image we need. However, what’s worse is when the user comes across a jpeg error while attempting to work with a carefully chosen image and needs to fix that error or find a new image.

 

What is Jpeg Error?

A jpeg error is simply a message delivered to users when there is a problem with a jpeg or image file that makes it unusable. Some of these errors may be: no preview available; can’t read file header; unknown file format or file not found; unknown or invalid JPED marker; drawing failed, or document may be damaged.

 

What Causes Jpeg Error?

Insufficient memory and corrupted files are the leading causes of the jpeg error message. This can happen because of RAM failure; interface error in file transfer; hard driver error or memory card error; recovery utilities were used on the files; or images that were formatted or deleted. Images that are not completed downloaded from the Internet can also develop a jpeg error.

 

How to Fix Jpeg Error?

Fixing a jpeg error allows you to be able to use the image you are encountering difficulties with. Take the time to figure it out rather than seeking out a new image or discarding image files that are important to you.

 

Solution

Steps:

  1. Open the image in an image editing software like Photoshop or Paintshop.
  2. Resave the file as a new jpeg file can make it usable.
  3. If the image can not be repaired in this way, download the free software IrfanView from www.IrfanView.com.
  4. Once downloaded open the software and click on File, then Open.
  5. Choose the image you want to correct and double-click on it. It may display perfectly fine. If so, then you will want to immediately save this new copy of your file by clicking Save As. Make sure that in doing so you opt for the “JPG-JPG/JPEG format” for the type. Use a new name for the file.
  6. If this down not work, try an image recovery software. You will need to download one of these programs, such as JPEG Recovery Pro, PhotoRescue or PixRecovery. While these programs are ones that you purchase, there are typically free trial versions available. Start with these.
  7. If you are content with a smaller copy of your JPEG, you can simply do a screenshot of the repaired thumbnail image of your broken JPEG in the image recovery software demo version. The screenshot can then be opened in IrfanView and saved.

 

Good luck fixing your JPEG error. If you need further assistance, please let me know.

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JIT Debugger Fix: A Solution that Comes ‘Just-In-Time’

September 15th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Update Comments Off on JIT Debugger Fix: A Solution that Comes ‘Just-In-Time’

 

If you are a user of Visual Studio then you may find that you are in the need of a JIT Debugger fix. While the process is one that will require some time, it is one that you will want to undertake to get your debugger working once more.

 

What is a JIT Debugger Fix?

The JIT in JIT Debugger stands for Just-In-Time and is a program that automatically launches with Visual Studio. When there is an error outside the program the debugger will automatically launch (pop up) and give you the option of checking the error out or letting a fatal error occur. So, when you require a JIT Debugger fix you require a fix for a fixing application.

 

What Causes the Need for a JIT Debugger Fix?

You may require a JIT Debugger fix if you recently installed another program that also has a debugging application. The competing programs may be overlapping in some files and/or extensions causing you to see an error that might read as though you don’t have your JIT Debugger installed. Another possible cause may be a virus that your computer has contracted.

 

How to Conduct a JIT Debugger Fix

When attempting a JIT Debugger fix you can go at it a couple of different ways. The solution that works for you will depend on what is actually causing your JIT Debugger problem. However, you can simply start with the basic solution and move on to the more advanced one if you are still experiencing problems.

 

Solution 1: Complete a Virus Scan

Steps:

  1. Locate the anti-virus icon on your desktop.
  2. Double click the anti-virus icon to open the program.
  3. Find scanning options and choose the ‘Full System Scan’ option.
  4. Run a complete full system scan.
  5. If any viruses are found, delete them immediately.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.
  7. Check for recurrences of error.

 

Solution 2: Ensure JIT Debugger is Default Debugger

Steps:

  1. Click the start button on your computer.
  2. Click on Tools.
  3. Click on Options.
  4. From the Options Dialog box select your Debugging Folder.
  5. From your Debugging Folder be sure to highlight and select JIT Debugger.
  6. Either clean or select the pertinent program types that are labeled Script, Managed, and/or Native.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Restart your computer.

 

**It should be noted that you may need to login as an administrator for the registry key to change with this solution. This will depend on your Windows operating system.

This fix should help you complete your JIT Debugger fix. Good luck!

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Solve a PDF Error with Simple Steps

September 14th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Internet Error Comments Off on Solve a PDF Error with Simple Steps

 

If you have attempted to open a PDF file and have received a PDF Error message, you can take simple steps to correct this problem and be back on track to open the file. Although the solution is strait foreword, it may include the need of some software assistance.

 

What Causes the PDF Error?

A PDF Error is often found when a malfunctioning registry has caused the file to not open properly. A registry can develop a host of problems when software has either been improperly installed or removed and this in turn has affected information that is necessary for programs to function properly.

 

How to Fix the PDF Error

Corrupted information with in a registry is a potential problem for many programs, not just the reading of PDFs, and it is important that this issue is addressed before it turns in to bigger problems. There is a number of registry scanning and cleaning software available online which can be downloaded for free or at a minimal cost. A registry cleaning program will scan your computer and look for damaged or corrupt registry information and make the necessary corrections. These are not all created equal, and it is wise to examine there features before downloading.

 

Solution 1: Scan and clean the registry with scanreg.exe

Steps:

  1. Log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Click the Start tab
  3. Click Run and then in the Open box type scanregw.exe
  4. Click OK and the program will check for registry errors. If an error is found the Windows Registry Checker tool will automatically will restore the information to a previously backed up version.
  5. Once the program has completed, reattempt to open the PDF file.

 

Solution 2: Using Registry Cleaner programs

Steps:

  1. Download your choice of registry cleaning program in the event that the windows registry checker tool did not correct the problem.
  2. Install and run the program as directed
  3. Once the program has completed its scan and repairs, reattempt to open the PDF file

 

Thank you for visiting our site and I sincerely hope this information provided a solution for your PDF Error problem. Good luck and let me know if this did not correct the problem and you require further help.

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Steps to Repairing Msxml6.dll Errors on Your Computer

September 14th, 2011 Posted in Dll Errors, Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Live Mail, Windows Update Comments Off on Steps to Repairing Msxml6.dll Errors on Your Computer

 

What Is a Msxml6.dll Error?

If your system is having issues with certain programs, such as games and email software, on your computer, you might receive a Msxml6.dll error. The error might read something like: C:\WindowsSystemXX\mscml6.dll is either not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error. Try installing the program again. The error might also pop up with other error messages.

 

What Causes a Msxml6.dll Error?

A Msxml6.dll error might occur on your computer for a number of reasons, including when there’s an issue with Windows registry; if there’s a corrupt installed software program or file; if there’s an issue with the original registry of a msxml6.dll file; or it can sometimes be due to a virus or spyware.

 

How to Fix a Msxml6.dll Error

There are couple options to try when fixing a Msxml6.dll error on your computer.

 

Solution 1: Un-register and re-register the msxml6.dll file.
Steps:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select All Programs.
  3. Select Accessories.
  4. Right click.
  5. Select Run as Administrator.
  6. Enter Administrator information if prompted to do so.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. Type regsvr32 –u msxml6.dll in the Command Prompt.
  9. Select Enter.
  10. Click Start.
  11. Select All Programs.
  12. Select Accessories.
  13. Right click
  14. Select Run as Administrator.
  15. Enter Administrator information if prompted to do so.
  16. Click Continue.
  17. Type regsvr32 msxml6.dll in the Command Prompt.
  18. Select Enter.
  19. Try the program initiating the msxml6.dll file error to see if it’s resolved.

 

Solution 2: Check for a Damaged File by running System File Checker.

Please note: If using this solution, System File Checker will not impact your personal programs or files, but it will restore your Windows’ settings back to its factory default state.

Steps:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click All Programs.
  3. Click Accessories.
  4. Select Run.
  5. Enter %systemroot%.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Select the System 32 file folder.
  8. Look through the folders and files for cmd.exe.
  9. Right click on cmd.exe.
  10. Choose Run as an administrator.
  11. Select Continue if and when a User Account Control box appears.
  12. Enter sfc /scannow.
  13. Hit the Enter button. (If System File Checker finds any errors, it will try to fix them.)
  14. Give the system time to detect and clear any errors it finds.
  15. Open the original programs prompting the msxml6.dll error to see if it’s now working.

 

One of the above solutions should resolve a Msxml6.dll error and prevent it from occurring for a better running computer and programs. Please let me know if you have questions or need additional assistance to resolve this issue. Thanks; and good luck!

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Solve a Server Not Found Error

September 12th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve a Server Not Found Error

 

When you type a web address into the URL bar you expect that a few seconds later a webpage will appear on the screen. However there are times when instead you will receive an error message that says Server Not Found.

 

What Causes the Server Not Found Error?

There can be a variety of reasons why a Server Not Found error can appear. This can come from issues relating to your browser, your internet connection, or even a Domain Name System error.

 

How to Fix the Server Not Found Error

To troubleshoot and correct a Server Not Found Error there are some basic steps you can follow.

 

Solution: Troubleshooting

Steps:

  1. Begin by checking to see if you can access the URL by utilizing a different browser. If you only have IE then there are some great browsers that can be downloaded for free such as Chrome or Firefiox.
  2. You can verify through a third-party by visiting the free online service downforeveryoneorjustme.com.
  3. Double check hardware such as your router or modem and see if they are on and working properly.
  4. If you are using a wireless connection double-check to make sure that you are using the correct access point and not one that is either restricted or filtering out some content
  5. If you are using a proxy server to connect then you will need to double-check to see if the proxy server is able to connect to the internet.
  6. For IE to have the proxy settings configured automatically click the tool menu in Internet Explorer.
  7. Select Internet Options and then the Connections link.
  8. Click the LAN Settings link and then under Proxy server click the Use a proxy server for your LAN
  9. The Address box will open and type the IP address for the proxy server
  10. Type the port number in the Port box that the proxy server uses for client connections. The default for this is 8080.
  11. In order to speed up performance you can select the Bypass proxy server for local addresses box
  12. Then select the OK and close the LAN Settings, followed by the Internet Options box.

 

I sincerely hope that this will correct your Server Not Found error and I thank you for visiting our site. Good luck and please let me know if I can help in any other way.

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