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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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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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JavaScript Repair for a Better Internet Experience

September 12th, 2011 Posted in Computer Errors, Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Live Mail Comments Off on JavaScript Repair for a Better Internet Experience

 

 

JavaScript repair is important knowledge for those who encounter JavaScript errors. Everyone who uses the Internet utilizes JavaScript whether they realize it or not. In fact many of the best websites use it to bring life and excitement to their online presence.

 

What is JavaScript Repair?

JavaScript errors are typically found when using Web browsers. The JavaScript language is actually a part of all Web browsers that facilitates dynamic websites and user interfaces. It is also found in desktop widgets, site-specific browsers and PDF documents. When JavaScript can not perform as it is designed to, you will encounter errors that require JavaScript repair.

 

What Causes You to Need JavaScript Repair?

There are multiple reasons that you may encounter JavaScript errors. One reason may be that the browser you are using is old or rare. Active scripting may also be disabled on the browser for security reasons. Many browsers have filters that block certain JavaScript functions because the language is such that it can be utilized for viruses by hackers.

 

How to Do JavaScript Repair

JavaScript repair is like many computer error repairs. It consists of systematically verifying one area and then moving on to another if that does not work. If you encounter JavaScript errors follow the steps below to repair it.

 

Solution

Steps:

  1. Attempt the same action with a different browser. If you are struggling with Internet Explorer and getting JavaScript errors, try using Firefox. You can download it for free at www.Firefox.com. If you are not getting the same errors, you will need to return to the original browser and attempt to repair the issue.
  2. To check if active scripting is disabled, go to Tools on your browser.
  3. Choose Internet options and then the Security tab.
  4. Select the Internet zone. If prompted to customize or change security settings you should opt for Default Level and then click OK, unless you are forced to customize them.
  5. Click on Custom Level and a dialog box for Security Settings-Internet Zone will appear. Find the section entitled Scripting and click Enable Active Scripting.
  6. Close this box and refresh your web browser. Attempt the website again where you encountered your JavaScript errors and scripts should run fine.
  7. If this fails, check if the browser you are using is the most recent one. In Internet Explorer, go to the Menu bar and selecting Tools. Opt for Windows Update and then select the Express option. This scan will provide you with information regarding your browser version and available updates. If your browser needs to be updated, do so following the instructions. Shut down and restart your computer when finished.

 

Good luck getting your JavaScript repair done so you can enjoy dynamic, exciting websites and other applications.

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What to Do if You Get a Fatal Error Warning

September 9th, 2011 Posted in .Net Framework Update, Computer Boot Error, Installer Error, Windows Live Mail, Windows Update Comments Off on What to Do if You Get a Fatal Error Warning

 

What Is a Fatal Error Warning?

If you’re attempting to upgrade your Windows operating system (Windows 95, 98, Millennium) to Windows XP, you may receive a Fatal Error warning in the last part of the setup phase. The error may present itself as “Fatal Error. An Error Has Been Encountered That Has Prevented Setup from Continuing.”

 

What Causes a Fatal Error?

A Fatal Error during setup occurs when something on your computer prevents the last phase of setup to occur. This may be due to certain settings on your computer preventing the setup or an issue with a particular drive or file at that particular time. A Fatal Error may also occur if your computer or Setup program stops responding which prevents setup from completing.

 

How to Fix a Windows Fatal Error

There are couple options to fixing a Fatal Error during setup depending on the root of the problem and when the issue occurs during the XP installation process.

 

Solution 1: Restart your computer if the Fatal Error occurs during setup.

Steps:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Press F8 when you’re prompted to select an operating system to start.
  3. Use your arrow keys to choose Last Known Good Configuration on the Advanced Option Menu listing.
  4. Press Enter.
  5. In the Please select operating system to start, use the arrow keys to choose Microsoft Windows XP.

 

Solution 2: Identify and uninstall problem programs by using MS-DOS mode for your previous Windows version.

Steps:

  1. Quit the current set-up (for which the Fatal Error occurred).
  2. Insert the startup disc for the previous version of Windows on your computer and start the computer in MS-DOS mode.
  3. When prompted, type in scanreg /fix.
  4. Press enter.
  5. Note the programs reported to be having problems.
  6. Restart the computer.
  7. Go to your computer’s Control Panel.
  8. Select the Add and Remove Programs utility.
  9. Uninstall any programs reported as having a problem by scanreg.
  10. Insert the Windows XP installation CD-ROM and rerun the Setup.

 

Solution 3: If one of the above solutions still doesn’t resolve the Fatal Error issue, then you may try uninstalling other programs that might cause an issue with installation, such as antivirus and spyware programs.

Steps:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Select Cancel Windows XP Setup to restore your computer to its previous version.
  3. Remove the antivirus and spyware programs (reinstall after installing Windows XP successfully).
  4. Try reinstalling Windows XP.

 

One of these solutions should resolve a Windows XP setup Fatal Error to successfully install Windows XP on your computer. Good luck and let me know if you need further assistance!

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Simple Steps to Repairing Exception Error Codes for Your Computer

September 9th, 2011 Posted in .Net Framework Update, Installer Error, Internet Error, Windows Live Mail, Windows Update Comments Off on Simple Steps to Repairing Exception Error Codes for Your Computer

 

What Is an Exception Error Code?

Sometimes when you’re attempting to start Windows, initiate a program, or shut down your computer, you may receive an Exception Error Code of some sort. There are several different Exception Code Errors that could occur, and it might read as: A fatal exception [XX] has occurred at XX:XXXX.

 

What Causes an Exception Error Code?

An Exception Error Code may occur due to several different reasons and root causes. An operation may be invalid due to the privilege level, access to an invalid code or data may have occurred, or there may have been an encounter to some kind of illegal instruction. When any of these happen, an exception is then returned by the processor to your operating system. There are numerous reasons as to why an error code might occur, so the fix can be different and unique for each specific error.

 

How to Fix an Exception Error Code

There are a couple solutions you can try to eliminate or fix an Exception Error Code, with the first being a clean boot given that numerous and various conditions may cause the error to occur.

 

Solution 1: Clean Booting Your Computer (Windows 98).

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).
  2. After the backup is complete, go to your System Configuration Utility.
  3. Select the General tab.
  4. Select Selective Startup.
  5. 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.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Restart your computer when prompted.
  8. If you continue to receive an Exception Code Error, then a Clean Boot alone isn’t enough, and there are several options to help you narrow down the focus of the issue starting with the Advanced Troubleshooting Settings on your computer. It’s important to follow the specific instructions and information provided in Microsoft’s article here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/192926

 

Solution 2: Try Querying Microsoft Knowledgebase.

Steps:

  1. There are numerous Exception Code Errors that might occur on your computer, so identify your specific error as it appears on your computer.
  2. Use Microsoft’s Knowledge base to query that particular error to see what solutions come up: http://support.microsoft.com.

 

One of these solutions should help you resolve the specific Exception Error Code for your Windows 98 operating system. Please let me know if you need additional assistance or resources. Thank you, and good luck!

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Do-It-Yourself Steps to Solve Error 403 Forbidden

September 9th, 2011 Posted in .Net Framework Update, Internet Error, Windows Live Mail, Windows Update Comments Off on Do-It-Yourself Steps to Solve Error 403 Forbidden

 

Receiving an Error 403 Forbidden when using the Internet means you have come across a web page that you do not have permission to view. The website’s server has denied access. There are steps you can take to manually solve the Error 403 Forbidden issue.

 

What Causes Error 403 Forbidden?

There are different situations that can result in the Error 403 Forbidden, including a missing or corrupt piece to the Windows Update, a damaged host file or missing web browser files that prevent access to the website page script. In addition, if you are running a firewall software or other security features, you may experience the Error 403 Forbidden.

 

How to Fix Error 403 Forbidden

While you may not be able to control an Error 403 Forbidden issue if it is a problem with the particular website, there are steps you can take to remedy the problem if it is an issue with your computer. There are two solutions you can try to ensure your computer is working properly and can break through the Error 403 Forbidden if it is at all possible.

 

Solution 1: Disable Certain Security Features to Fix Error 403 Forbidden

Steps:

1.      Select any ad removal programs, download assistants and antivirus software from your Desktop Tool bar with a right click to open.

2.      Check the box to disable the programs.

3.      Follow this step multiple times if you have multiple programs of this nature.

4.      Select “OK.”

5.      Open your web browser and try to visit the forbidden site to determine if you can now access it.

 

Solution 2: Remove the Controls for the Windows Update to Solve Error 403 Forbidden

Steps:

1.      Select the Start button.

2.      Choose “Run.”

3.      In the Open box, type in: regsvr32 /u c:\windows\system\wuv3is.dll

4.      When you see the contents of the C:\Program Files\WindowsUpdate folder, delete the contents.

5.      When deletion is complete, select “Yes” to confirm.

6.      Open your web browser and try to visit the forbidden site to determine if you can now access it.

 

Thank you for visiting our site to get the computer assistance you need. I hope this helped you to fix the Error 403 Forbidden message you were experiencing. Good luck, and please let me know if you need additional help.

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Easy Solutions to Fix the DNS Error

September 9th, 2011 Posted in .Net Framework Update, Windows Live Mail, Windows Update Comments Off on Easy Solutions to Fix the DNS Error

 

If you receive the Domain Name Service (DNS) error, you are likely finding it impossible to use the Internet. To access anything online, your computer requires a functioning DNS—this is what connects you to the Internet and routes traffic. It’s basically the train that gets you around the Internet world. So it makes sense that when it’s down, you are stranded! The good news is that there are manual steps you can take to solve the DNS Error on your own.

 

What Causes the DNS Error?

A DNS Error can be a result of a problem with your computer connection, or it could be a result of the website’s server you are trying to access. A quick visit to another website online will tell you if the problem is specific to the site or if it is your own computer’s issue.

If the problem lies in your computer’s function, the cause may be that your computer is not connecting to the Internet because the local network is down, you have a faulty DNS modem or cables are not connected securely.

 

How to Fix the DNS Error?

In order to fix the DNS Error, you will need to identify the source of the problem by using some basic trouble-shooting. To check to see if everything is securely connected to your computer, use Solution 1. To repair connectivity, use Solution 2. To release or renew your current IP address, use Solution 2.

 

Solution 1: Securely Connect All Cables to Fix the DNS Error

Steps:

1. Close all running programs and windows.
2. Unplug power cable to the router and reconnect.
3. Unplug the power cable to the modem and reconnect.
4. Open Web Browser.
5. Try again to access the website.

 

Solution 2: Repair DNS Error by Renewing IP Address

Steps:

1. Select the Start button.
2. Choose “Control Panel.”
3. Select the “Network and Internet Connections” icon.
4. Choose “Network Connections.”
5. Right-click the “Local Area Connection.”
6. Select “Repair.”
7. Try again to access the website.

 

Solution 3: Release or Renew Current IP Address to Solve DNS Error

Steps:

1. Select the Start button.
2. Choose “Run.”
3. In the blank that appears, type in: ipconfig/release.
4. Click “OK.”
5. Type in: ipconfig/renew.
6. Click “OK.”
7. Try again to access the website.

 

Thank you for visiting our site to get the computer assistance you need. I hope this helped you to fix the DNS Error you were experiencing. Good luck, and please let me know if you need additional help.

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Do-It-Yourself Solution for Cannot Send Mail Error

September 9th, 2011 Posted in PC Performance, Windows Live Mail Comments Off on Do-It-Yourself Solution for Cannot Send Mail Error

 

When you receive a Cannot Send Mail error, your e-mail action suffers from an unexpected termination. Whether you are attempting to e-mail directly from your Windows mail account or through another e-mail account, there are steps you can take to manually solve the error message and continue on with your e-mailing.

 

What Causes the Cannot Send Mail Error?

The Cannot Send Mail error message is typically a result of interference coming from an antivirus program that is incompatible to your e-mail account. E-mail scanning by antivirus software is no longer recommended and can corrupt e-mail data files, making mail stored in them unreadable and making it impossible to send outgoing messages.

 

Solution 1: Turn-off Antivirus E-mail Scan Function to Fix Cannot Send Mail Error

Steps:

1. Double-click on your antivirus software icon either on Desktop or located in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen.
2. From the menu on the top of the screen, select “Components.”
3. From the drop-down menu, select “E-mail Scanner.”
4. On the new screen, uncheck or deselect “scan outgoing messages.”
5. Select “Save Changes.”

 

Solution 2: Make Windows Live Mail Compatible with Your E-mail Account

Steps:

1. Click on the Start button.
2. Go to “All Programs.”
3. Select “Windows Live Mail” (WLM).
4. Select “Tools.”
5. Choose “Accounts” and then “Add.”
6. Select “Email account.”
7. Click “Next.”
8. Enter your e-mail address and password in the boxes.
9. Enter your name as you want it to display.
10. Click on “Next.”
11. Select “Finish.”

 

Thank you for visiting our site to get the computer assistance you need. I hope this helped you to fix the Cannot Send Mail problem you were experiencing. Good luck, and please let me know if you need additional help.

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