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Error Parsing XML: Fixes to Get You Back to RSS


Really Simple Syndication or RSS has changed the way in which the world receives the information they are after. Many people choose to sign up for specific RSS feeds in order to stay in tune with the topics of their choice, however many are also finding that there is a common error known as Error Parsing XML that is getting in the way of RSS.


What Is Error Parsing XML?

Error Parsing XML is an error that occurs with the XML itself. XML is a way in which computers view information, sort of similar to HTML. XML stands for Extensible Markup Language and the problem that is occurring with an Error Parsing XML is that the markup is not in the proper manner. This makes the RSS feed that is taking in the information confused as it cannot read the information and will therefore have it kick out the error message. This type of error is much more common when using the Firefox browser as opposed to other browsers, though all browsers can experience this error.


What Causes Error Parsing XML Problems?

The most common cause of Error Parsing XML is a part of the code that is written incorrectly. This could be a misspelling or could be too much white space. Another cause could be some corrupt files that have made their way onto your computer’s registry which then prompts the Error Parsing XML message to come forth. It may even be a problem with your computer’s memory.


Fixing Error Parsing XML Problems

There are a couple of fixes that you can try in order to remedy the Error Parsing XML problems your computer may be experiencing. The solution that will work the best for you will depend on the actual cause of your Error Parsing XML message.


Solution 1: Checking Your Computer’s Memory


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


Solution 2: Check the RSS Code (Advanced Technique)


  1. Turn your computer on.
  2. Open a web browser.
  3. Open your RSS Feed and right click.
  4. Select ‘properties.”
  5. View the feed format and ensure it meets with the XML standards.
  6. Correct any problems you see.
  7. Close all programs.
  8. Restart your computer to allow any changes to take effect.


This should stop Error Parsing XML problems. Good luck!

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