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XP Service Pack 3: Addressing Multiple XP Networking Problems

September 30th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on XP Service Pack 3: Addressing Multiple XP Networking Problems

 

One of the more welcomed advances with the Windows operating system XP was the enhanced ability to link computers up to a network. However, with all new advances came trouble and when the troubles began to mount up a service pack, like XP Service Pack 3 (SP3), was released to address the trouble.

 

What Is the XP Service Pack 3?

The XP Service Pack 3 is a special download that was put out by Microsoft in order to defuse multiple problems that were being found with the XP operating system. XP Service Pack 3 was the last service pack in a series of three that was released by Microsoft. Though it was not necessary to install the other two previous service packs, Microsoft does suggest at least installing XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) first. This allows for best results.

 

What Caused the Need for XP Service Pack 3?

As with any new program there are bound to be glitches. With Microsoft, they always want to ensure that their products are running as smoothly as possible. A lot of this can be handles with periodic updates, but when there is a lot that needs to be addressed a service pack represented an easier and more efficient way to go about this.

 

Installing XP Service Pack 3

If your computer is set to receive Windows Updates automatically, you may have already had XP Service Pack 3 downloaded. However, if your computer is running the XP operating system and it does not have the XP Service Pack 3 installed or your computer is on a network without it being installed, then you can still download the XP Service Pack 3 manually.

 

Solution 1: Manual Installation of XP Service Pack 3 for Individuals

Steps:

  1. Turn on your computer.
  2. Go to Microsoft Updates page.
  3. On the right hand side of the page, you will see current status of your Automatic Updates.
  4. Ensure that the Automatic Updates is enabled.
  5. If it isn’t, click OK in the Automatic Updates window.
  6. Run an update.
    1. Click the Start Button on your desktop.
    2. Click ‘All Programs’.
    3. Click ‘Windows Update’.
    4. You will see a wizard with on screen instructions to follow.
    5. Click ‘Finish’ when prompted.
  7. Restart your computer.

 

Solution 2: Manual Installation of XP Service Pack 3 for IT Professionals.

  1. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=24.
  2. Click the ‘Download’ button.
  3. Click Open or Run This Program Immediately.
  4. Follow Prompts.

 

These steps will help you ensure that the XP Service Pack 3 is properly installed on your computer or all the computers on your network. Good luck!

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XP Runtime Error: Getting Back to Fast Searching

September 30th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Windows Update Comments Off on XP Runtime Error: Getting Back to Fast Searching

 

Windows XP is an operating system from Microsoft. One of the more common problems to occur after an XP installation is an XP Runtime Error.

 

What Is an XP Runtime Error?

An XP Runtime Error usually comes up in the form of a pop up error message. A long message will usually follow with, “abnormal termination program.” If this message is being seen then chances are good that your support for the fast searching feature that comes with Windows XP is not working properly due to conflicts with the Mosdmn.exe and/or the Mosearch.exe files.

 

What Causes XP Runtime Error Problems?

XP Runtime Error problems can be caused by a number of factors. One possible problem could be corrupted files on your computer’s registry. Another likely culprit is a file or files not properly being loaded when XP was originally installed on your computer. It may also be that a file or program in the background is causing the conflict to occur.

 

Fixing XP Runtime Error Problems

As the most likely cause of the XP Runtime Error problems is probably the Mosearch.exe and Mosdmn.exe files conflicting with each other or another files, a clean boot is the perfect solution to attempt in order to fix your XP Runtime Error. However, if that solution doesn’t work, you may find that you have to update your Windows operating system.

 

Solution 1:  Execute a Clean Boot.

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. Click Run.
  4. There will be an open box.
  5. Type ‘msconfig.exe’ in the box.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Locate the General tab and click on ‘Selective Startup’.
  8. Clear all the check boxes you see with the exception of ‘MoSearch’.
  9. Click OK.

10. Restart when prompted by clicking ‘Yes’.

11. See if XP Runtime Error continues.

 

Solution 2: Upgrade Your Windows Operating System to Windows Vista or Windows 7

Steps: (FOR VISTA)

  1. Save all your program files to backup disks or other form of media.
  2. Go to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Upgrading-from-Windows-XP-to-Windows-Vista for information on updating from Windows XP to the next step up of Windows Vista.
  3. Ensure your computer is capable of handling the upgrade.
  4. Follow the tutorial and the steps provided.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Restore all your files.

Steps: (FOR WINDOWS 7)

  1. Save all your program files to backup disks or other form of media.
  2. Go to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/help/upgrading-from-windows-xp-to-windows-7 for information on updating from Windows XP to Windows 7.
  3. Ensure your computer is capable of handling the upgrade.
  4. Follow the tutorial and the steps provided.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Restore all your files.

 

This should fix your XP Runtime Error problems or at least give you a good starting point. 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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Solve a Printer Spooler Error these Simple Steps

September 28th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve a Printer Spooler Error these Simple Steps

 

You may encounter a Printer Spooler error when attempting to print a large amount of content, or you print often. This error will cause the printer to either take a very long time to print or simply become unresponsive. Here are some solutions to fix this frustrating problem.

 

What Causes the Printer Spooler Error?

A Printer Spooler Error is caused by a variety of problems. It can be due to simple errors with in the service itself, or corrupted as time goes on. It can also experience problems due to other services conflicting with its use such as independent print spool services created by the printer manufacturer. These can be used in conflict with existing services provided by Windows.

 

How to Fix the Printer Spooler Error

Fixing a Printer Spooler error can be done by following a few basic steps. If this manual correction is not affective there may be a problem with a spooler service from a third party service provided by the printer you installed. Uninstalling this software may also be an adequate fix.

 

Solution 1: Manually correcting the Printer Spooler Error

Steps:

  1. Log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Click the Start tab
  3. Click Run and then in the Open box type services.msc and press enter.
  4. In the new Services window that will open look for all services that are named or are described in some way as Printer Spooler. If you have a printer with an independent spooler program then there will be one of these in the list in addition to the generic Windows print spooler.
  5. Select the Print Spooler service and then from the menu select Stop.
  6. Do not close the Services window, but instead minimize it and double-click My Computer from the Desktop. Move your way through the folders in C: to c:\windows\system32\spool\printers and without deleting the actual folder delete everything with in the PRINTERS folder itself.
  7. Close this window and now maximize the Services window. Locate the Print Spool service again, and now from the menu click the Start option. This should correct the problem and print a test page to verify. If this does not correct the problem then you may need to uninstall other printer management programs.

 

Solution 2: Uninstalling conflicting software

Steps:

  1. Begin by finding the Disk that was included with your printer.
  2. Click the Start tab
  3. Select the Control Panel and then click Add or Remove Programs
  4. From there select Uninstall a program
  5. Search through the list of programs that are presented and locate the printer program that is associated with the brand of your printer.
  6. Click the program and then the Change/Remove/Uninstall option.
  7. Follow the instructions until the removal is complete and then close the window.
  8. Using the Disk that came with your printer insert the disk in your drive and follow the installation instructions that appear on the screen.
  9. Print a test page

 

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Solve a Run Time Error with these Simple Steps

September 24th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve a Run Time Error with these Simple Steps

 

There is little more frustrating then running a program that suddenly stops and a popup box appears stating that there has been a Run Time Error. Although this is aggravating at the time, there is a fix.

 

What Causes the Run Time Error?

A Runtime is a library of code that is filled with information from programs as they are currently running. If something causes the information within the library to no longer be available or for that data to become corrupted then the software utilizing this information will be unstable and crash.

 

How to Fix the Run Time Error

More often then not a Run Time Error will take place from software errors such as when an application has tried to accomplish a task correctly but has failed to do so. This can occur if the software has not received regular updates, or it can be the result of toolbars that are creating conflicting errors.

 

Solution: Removing disruptive toolbars

Steps:

  1. Log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Click the Start tab
  3. Select the Control panel and then the Add or Remove Programs link
  4. From the list of programs presented scan through them for those related to toolbars installed
  5. Click the program once and then select the Change/Remove/Uninstall link
  6. Once this is complete continue to remove the toolbars that you are not wanting. This has been reported as being a large help to users experiencing Run Time Errors that are using a browser

 

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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 a Shell32.dll Error with These Simple Steps

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Dll Errors, Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve a Shell32.dll Error with These Simple Steps

 

One of the innovations utilized in crafting Windows is the implementation of something referred to as a shared library. A Dynamic-link library, or DLL, is a resource that Windows uses for applications to work properly. These libraries grant a method and means for shared data and code and allows this information to be reused with out having to re-compile or re-link it each time. It is essential that this system works properly and when there is a problem with the way a DLL is handled then this can crate an issue. Although this can be concerning, there is a way to fix this problem by manually correcting it.

 

What Causes a Shell32.dll Error?

When confronted with the Shell32.dll error is important to know that it is often caused when the DLL was in use and was handled improperly. This causes the data to eventually become corrupt, missing or incomplete.

 

How to Fix a Shell32.dll Error

When the DLL has an incomplete value in its registry then there will need to be a manual fix. This can be done by going into the registry and addressing the incorrect data.

 

Solution: Manually correcting the Shell32.dll

Steps:

  1. To begin correcting the shell32.dll error you will first need to log onto your computer as the administrator.
  2. Next select the Start tab located on your computers desktop
  3. Following this you will need to select Run and when prompted to by the opening dialog box type the command regedit
  4. Now press enter
  5. With the information that is displayed you will now need to find your way to the registry key labled: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
  6. Now you will need to export the key to a new folder that you will create on your desktop. This will be done in precaution to ensure that if any mistakes are made you can have a back up.
  7. From the desktop right-click and select new
  8. Now select the Folder option and when the item is created double-click it to open
  9. Once you have exported the key to the new folder, delete the value in the Search Bar with in the Main Key.

     

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    Fixing Your Computer When It Says Not Enough Memory

    September 21st, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, PC Performance, Windows Update Comments Off on Fixing Your Computer When It Says Not Enough Memory

     

    Computer users occasionally come across a message of not enough memory as they are attempting to save something or use a specific kind of application. Knowing how to deal with it will help eliminate frustration.

     

    What is Not Enough Memory?

    Not Enough Memory is an error message that users typically receive when attempting to use particular software or external hardware that demands more memory than the system is currently able to furnish.

     

    What Causes Not Enough Memory?

    There are a variety of things that can cause a computer to have not enough memory. There can actually be a problem with the memory card of your computer. However, typically the problem is that temporary files may be taking up too much space on your hard drive because the RAM or Random Access Memory is depleted as you open more and more applications.

     

    How to Fix Not Enough Memory

    Despite the fact that there are multiple possible causes for the “not enough memory” error, there are a limited number of ways to resolve the issue. Follow the steps below to figure it out and get the solution you need.

    Solution

    Steps:

    1. If you received a second message in addition to your not enough memory message, follow instructions for correcting the second message. This usually takes care of the not enough memory error also.
    2. Go to the Start button and shut down your computer. Let it sit for a few minutes before restarting it.
    3. When your computer restarts, attempt the same action you received the error message with again. This is often enough to free up the necessary memory.
    4. Ensure that the computer you are using has sufficient RAM to handle the application you are attempting.
    5. Click on Task Manager and select the tab marked Performance to find out how much memory is being utilized and how it is used over time in a graph form.
    6. If you have insufficient memory still, choose to cleanup your temporary files, by clicking on Start.
    7. Opt for Programs; then Accessories; then SystemTools and finally DiskCleanup.
    8. Specify the appropriate hard disks you want cleaned and click OK.
    9. You may also need to remove old software that is outdated or unused. Do this by once again going to the Start button.
    10. Click on Settings; then Control Panel and then Add/Remove.
    11. A final way to free up memory is to empty your Recycle Bin on your desktop. Simply double-click on the icon; choose File and then Empty Recycle Bin. You will need to confirm your intention by answering Yes to the question.
    12. Finally shut down your computer again and start it back up before attempting the original application that caused your error.
    13. If the problem has not been resolved you may need to contact a computer technician for a new memory card.

     

    Hope this helps solve your “not enough memory” error and gets your computer running smoothly once again.

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    Solve the Scan Error 1706 with these Simple Steps

    September 20th, 2011 Posted in Installer Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Solve the Scan Error 1706 with these Simple Steps

     

    When you are adding programs to your arsenal of tools you want to be able to load them onto your computer and run them not only with out any difficulty but also with out there being lasting negative effects. However, there may be a time when you are installing a program and suddenly you get a message that reads: Scan Error – 1706: No Valid source could be found for product. This can be extremely frustrating and although you many not at first understand why this has occurred there are some solutions that may correct this aggravating problem.

     

    What Causes a Scan Error 1706?

    If you are attempting to load a program on to your computer and get an Scan Error 1706 message it can actually be caused by something relatively simple. This error code can be the result of using InstallShield, and while Windows is attempting to run the setup portion of the installation the original MSI package is stored improperly. When this type of error occurs you will get the error 1706 message.

     

    How to Fix a Scan Error 1706

    It is possible to correct this problem but you will have to address it by troubleshooting this error. In systematically ruling out a series of possible problems you can eliminate potential reasons this has occurred if you follow these basic steps.

     

    Solution: Troubleshooting a scan error 1706 message

    Steps:

    1. To begin troubleshooting the scan error 1706 message you will need to make sure that you are first logged in to your computer as the administrator
    2. As you assess potential reasons this error has occurred it is important to note that if you are installing the desired program via the internet, and if you are given a prompt to browse to MSI package, then be certain that you double-click the Setup.exe file. This information will ensure that the MSI package will be looked for in the right location.
    3. If you are instead installing the program over a network then you will need to be certain that you have installed the latest available version of InstallShield. It is possible that an older version of this beneficial program may ultimately be causing the problem.
    4. Finally if the setup installation is unable to find the files required then you may need to locate them yourself. This can be done by doing a search on your C: drive and then provide the correct location to the installer.

     

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    Correcting a Power Point Error with Simple Steps

    September 20th, 2011 Posted in Microsoft Power Point, Windows Update Comments Off on Correcting a Power Point Error with Simple Steps

     

    When you are needing to build a powerful and useful presentation one of the worlds leading software programs is PowerPoint. Made by Microsoft, PowerPoint is a wonderful and affective tool that is often used in business and education. People spend hours crafting and honing the perfect mixture of image, graph and text to build something that will ultimately inform a selected audience. Occasionally, however, you will find that after you have begun creating your well thought out master piece an error will appear when you are attempting to edit text contained in a text box, or you are trying to alter a font. This can be frustrating, but fixed with some basic steps.

     

    What Causes a Power Point Error?

    This can be very challenging, particularly if you are on a deadline, but this does not have to be the ending of your attempt. A PowerPoint Error of this nature is often caused because the user does not have a default printer driver set. This is also believe to potentially be related to the fact that the printer driver was may have been properly set as the default, but for one reason or another was no longer available.

     

    How to Fix a Power Point Error

    In order to fix a PowerPoint Error of this type there is a simple solution that only requires a few basic steps. Before you even begin you may want to attempt to locate your Windows CD, if possible. If this is not possible then a driver from an HP LaserJet III, or a PostScript printer from Apple will also work as a adequate substitute. It is important that you do not use a basic printer or fax that uses generic text drivers.

     

    Solution: Printer Driver

    Steps:

    1. To start the process of checking and changing printer drivers on your computer you will need to log in as the administrator
    2. Next you will need to Click on the Start tab.
    3. From there you can use your mouse to select the Control panel.
    4. Now Double-click on the Printers and Faxes icon
    5. From the populated list of printer icons right-click on the printer that has the correct driver associated with PowerPoint
    6. Next you will need to select Set as Default Printer
    7. Finally, It is ultimately ideal and will be important to install a local driver. This is true even if you are consistently relying on a network printer.

     

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