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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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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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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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What to Do if You Get an Invalid Menu Handle Message

September 13th, 2011 Posted in Device Drivers, Windows Update Comments Off on What to Do if You Get an Invalid Menu Handle Message

 

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

 

What is an Invalid Menu Handle?

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

 

What Causes an Invalid Menu Handle?

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

 

Fixing Invalid Menu Handle Problems

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

 

Solution 1: Update Windows XP

Steps:

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

 

Solution 2: Associate Files with Devices

Steps:

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

 

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

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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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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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Steps to Repairing Microsoft Word Errors on Your Computer

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Microsoft Word Errors, Windows Update Comments Off on Steps to Repairing Microsoft Word Errors on Your Computer

 

What Is a Windows Microsoft Word Error?

If your computer is having issues opening a Microsoft Word document, then you may receive one of several Microsoft Word Errors on your screen. Microsoft Word Errors might appear as any one of the following: Compile Error in hidden module module name.; subscript out of range.; Cannot display the template add in template is not valid template name.; run-time error.; Word cannot open this document template template name.; module name cannot be found.; Visual Basic Error – Object doesn’t support this property or method.; The file cannot be opened.; The add-in template is not valid.; Microsoft VisualBasic – The macros in this project are disabled.; or Command cannot be performed because a dialog box is open.

 

What Causes a Windows Microsoft Word Error?

When a Word document cannot open and you receive any one of the Microsoft Word errors listed above, it’s typically because of an incompatibility issue meaning that an add-in in a startup folder on your computer is incompatible with Word.

 

How to Fix a Windows Microsoft Word Error

To fix a Microsoft Word Error, there’s a primary workaround solution that’s provided below.

Solution 1: Identify the add-in causing the error.
Steps:

  1. Begin by closing any programs your computer is running, in particular all Microsoft Office programs.
  2. Identify the following path on your computer for the correct version of Microsoft Office Word installed on your computer:
    1. Microsoft Office Word 2000: Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Startup
    2. Microsoft Office Word 2002: Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Startup
    3. Microsoft Office Word 2003: Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\Startup
    4. Microsoft Office Word 2007: Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\Startup
    5. Microsoft Office Word 2010: Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\Startup
  3. Open the folder.
  4. Move all files located within that folder to your computer’s desktop.
  5. Identify the following path: Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\Microsoft\Word\Startup
  6. Move all files located within that folder to your computer’s desktop.
  7. Restart Microsoft Office Word.

 

Solution 2: Use the Word Troubleshoot utility to identify and resolve startup problems with Microsoft Office Word.

Steps:

  1. Make sure the Word Troubleshoot utility is installed on your computer. Note: If you first installed a complete setup for Microsoft Office Word, then you already have the Troubleshoot utility, but if you upgraded or used the typical setup when installing Microsoft Word, then you didn’t install the Troubleshoot utility.
  2. Use the following Microsoft resource to install and use the Troubleshoot utility: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/820919.

 

One of these solutions should resolve most Microsoft Word Errors on your computer so Microsoft Word will begin to function and run properly. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance, and I wish you luck!

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Hibernate Error: Fixing Sleepy Computers

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Windows Update Comments Off on Hibernate Error: Fixing Sleepy Computers

 

A user can come across a hibernate error with their PC when it is least convenient. Knowing how to deal with such errors will make using your computer much less frustrating. The hibernation mode is one that is created to give your computer downtime and prevent problems, but instead the mode itself can sometimes be problematic.

 

What Is a Hibernate Error?

A hibernate error is any error on your PC that has to do with hibernation mode. It could be that your computer refuses to hibernate anymore. It could be that it freezes up when attempting to hibernate. A computer could come on by itself while in hibernation mode. Serious error messages can begin appearing following hibernation mode. Problems may arise when you attempt to start using your computer following hibernation. The computer may not even return from hibernation mode.

 

What Causes a Hibernate Error?

A hibernate error can be caused by a variety of things. Firewalls can sometimes cause computers to not allow hibernation. Incorrect installation of software can cause computers to have hibernation errors. A faulty hard drive can cause hibernation errors. Viruses may also cause hibernation errors. Using a newer operating system like Windows Vista on older hardware may also cause hibernation errors.

 

How to Fix a Hibernate Error

Fixing a hibernate error involves trial and error like many other error repairs when it comes to computers. Take it step by step.

  1. Start by clearing the temporary files on your computer by shutting it down completely, and letting the computer rest a couple of minutes before you reboot it.
  2. Next, do a complete scan of your system with your anti-virus software. Follow any instructions given to clean your computer of viruses or other threats. Once cleaning of your computer is completed, shut it down and once again reboot it.
  3. Make sure your computer is up to date, by going to Windows Update. Visit http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com and download any system updates or driver updates that are available. Once they have been downloaded, shut down your computer and reboot it, then check for hibernation errors.
  4. If so, check the Control Panel for performance warnings, by going to Start.
  5. Right click on Computer, then choose Properties.
  6. Click on the Windows Experience Index, followed by Advanced Tools.
  7. In the window that appears, select the links related to performance in order to get more information about your computer. Follow any recommendations that are made. When finished shut down the computer, reboot it and check if you still have hibernation errors.
  8. If you are still having problems with hibernate errors, you may need professional help for your system. Seek out instructions on clean-boot troubleshooting or checking the reliability monitor. If you have recently changed operating systems, you may want to revert to the old system temporarily to determine if that is the problem.

 

Good luck fixing your hibernate error. Hope this helps!

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Hal.dll Error: Getting Things Up and Running

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Computer Boot Error, Dll Errors, Windows Update Comments Off on Hal.dll Error: Getting Things Up and Running

 

A Hal.dll error can cause a user to panic because it looks like your computer has crashed. In reality, the system is simply not starting up and can usually be fixed quite easily. Hal.dll is a critical file that is required by your system in order to boot Windows. Hal is actually an acronym for hardware abstraction layer and describes the files purpose of facilitating interaction between hardware components in the system.

 

What Is a Hal.dll Error?

A Hal.dll error is typically encountered in the start-up phase of booting your computer. In fact the accompanying message will typically inform you that Windows is unable to start. Missing or corrupt files are usually the cause.

 

What Causes a Hal.dll Error?

 

The hal.dll file could be corrupted or deleted by a virus. If the system configuration for your computer has changed, Windows may be looking for the file in the wrong place. If software or hardware is deleted incorrectly a Hall.dll error can result. Improper shutdown of a computer can also cause this error.

How to Fix a Hal.dll Error?

Fixing a Hal.dll error is relatively straight forward. It will however, require your Windows or Windows installation CD in order to re-install a copy of the Hall.dll file. You will be using the Recovery Console tool to manually repair the hal.dll problem so that you can boot up as usual in the future.

 

Solution

Steps:

  1. Place the installation CD in your disk drive and attempt to start the computer.
  2. When prompted with the Welcome to Setup screen, type in R.
  3. Choose the Windows installation that you want to repair and press Enter. The choice is usually the first one.
  4. Input the administrator password when prompted and press Enter.
  5. Next click on the Start button and go to All Programs, followed by Accessories, then System and finally System Restore.
  6. Choose the option “Restore my computer to a previous period.” Click Next.
  7. Select the most recent restore point from the restoration date list and click Next.
  8. At the verification screen, click Next again.
  9. When the rescue complete, reboot your computer.

If the problem is not fixed, repeat steps 1 to 4 and when you receive the command prompt, you will need to input the following commands, assuming that your Windows drive is C; if not change it to the appropriate letter.

ATTRIB –H –R -S C:\BOOT.INI

DEL C:\BOOT.INI

BOOTCFG / REBUILD FIXBOOT

  1. When finished, take the CD out of the disk drive, shut down and restart your computer.
  2. If the problem is not fixed, repeat steps 1 to 4 and when you receipt the command prompt, enter:

EXPAND D:\I386\HAL.DL_C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\HAL.DLL

As always when finished, reboot your computer.

 

Hope this helps you fix Hal.dll errors with your computer.

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Fix Apoint.exe Errors Quickly

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Device Drivers, Windows Update Comments Off on Fix Apoint.exe Errors Quickly

 

The Alps Touchpad is a popular device that is used by many with a PC. However, there are times when the Alps Touchpad can experience problems and this is when users are likely to see an error with the file extension Apoint.exe.

 

What Is Apoint.exe?

Apoint.exe is a specific component of a driver for the Alps Touchpad. Apoint.exe helps to send and receive information about your mouse or touchpad and is a trusted file by Microsoft, though not a Microsoft file. If the Apoint.exe file experiences any problems, then it may be time to look at how you can fix Apoint.exe errors so your mouse or touchpad will work properly.

 

What Causes Apoint.exe Errors?

These types of errors can be caused by several factors. In many cases, it is the drivers of the Alps Touchpad that are out of date and need to be refreshed. In other cases, there may have been an accidental deletion of the file while downloading or performing another task on your computer. It could even be that there is another Apoint.exe file competing with the actual Apoint.exe, only the imposter is in the form of a virus. No matter what the cause, the end result is nothing but trouble for your computer and can even lead to problems with startup if left alone for too long.

 

How to Fix Apoint.exe Errors

While there are a number of causes that can spawn Apoint.exe errors, you can fix Apoint.exe errors on your own by executing a few different methods. The method that will work for you will depend on the actual cause of your problem, so you should try all the possible solutions until you fix the problem.

 

Solution 1: Run a Virus Scan

Steps:

  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Locate the icon for your anti-virus software on your desktop.
  3. Double click the icon to open up the program.
  4. Run a ‘Complete System’ scan.
  5. Delete any and all found viruses.
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 2: Look for Deleted Xlive.dll File

Steps:

  1. Start your computer.
  2. Locate the Recycling Bin icon.
  3. Double click the Recycling Bin icon.
  4. Search for the Aoint.exe file and highlight it if found.
  5. Click ‘Restore.’
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 3: Update Drivers (Dell Computers Only)

Steps:

  1. Turn you computer on.
  2. Open your internet browser.
  3. Go to http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&cs=28&l=en&s=dfb&releaseid=R270497&SystemID=INSPIRON1545&servicetag=&os=W732&osl=en&deviceid=16519&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=4&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=0&libid=17&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&source=-1&fileid=398852.
  4. Search for your program.
  5. If driver or drivers are found, download.
  6. Once download is complete, restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

These solutions should help you to Fix Apoint.exe errors quickly and accurately. Good luck!

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