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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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