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Monday, 28 March 2011

Tips to Solve Uncommon Windows Error Messages

Tips to Solve Uncommon Windows Error Messages

While working on your Windows PC you may come across several common and uncommon computer errors, such as Windows XP Stop 0×0000001E Error and WMP.dll Error Message. These errors may occur when certain conditions on your PC are true.

Discussed in this article are a few steps that you can perform to resolve such computer errors:

Free Up Disk Space

These days, despite having hard disks with a large amount storage space, it does not take long to fill it up. This happens because with the increase in disk space, the space requirements for different software programs and different types of files have also increased. Listed below are some of the tasks that you can perform to free up disk space:

Use Add or Remove Programs or a good third-party program uninstaller to uninstall unwanted programs.
Use the Disk Cleanup utility to get rid of unwanted temporary files, programs setup files, and old system restore points.
Use the Disk Defragmenter tool to consolidate fragmented files and make your data contiguous.

Remove Faulty Programs and Device Drivers

Errors, such as Windows XP Stop 0×0000001E error are known to occur due to problems with a device driver or program. Usually, the name of the faulty device driver or program file appears in the error message. In case this happens, you may perform one of the following tasks to resolve the error:

Use Device Manager or Add or Remove Programs (whichever applies) utility to uninstall the faulty device driver or faulty program reported in the error message.
Visit the device or program manufacturer web site to check if any updates for the software are available—if you find an update, install it to resolve the error.

Update Your System

Several software error messages, such as WMP.dll error message are displayed due to the existence of old versions of program files. To prevent errors such as these, you must always keep your operating system, software programs, and device drivers updated with the latest service packs and security releases. Windows operating systems and many programs and drivers comprise the automatic update feature. You should keep this feature enabled to ensure that the software on your system always stays updated. This will not only help prevent compatibility related errors, but also prevent infections from malware programs that are built around these security lapses.

Scan and Repair the Windows Registry

Computer problems can also occur due to registry bloating. Registry bloating occurs when a large amount of unwanted, obsolete, and invalid entries accumulate within the registry. When the registry bloats up, it becomes unstable and starts generating computer errors. To prevent computer errors due to registry problems, you must regularly scan and repair your registry. As it is difficult to perform manual scan and clean up of the complex registry files, you may use a reliable third-party registry tool to perform the task.

Scan and Remove Malware

Malware programs, such as virus, Trojans, and spyware can generate several computer problems. Two tools that are essential to combat these malicious programs are antivirus and antispyware tools. You must obtain and install these tools on your computer. Additionally, always keep the tools updated with the latest virus database and schedule them to perform full system scans on a regular basis to ensure that your PC remains free of malicious information at all times.


MALLU 28 March 2011 at 13:36

How to Recover Win7 in Dell Laptop

sachi 28 March 2011 at 17:01

Restore the Computer to the Default Factory Configuration

When you restore the computer to the default factory configuration, all data on the C drive is deleted. Before performing this procedure, back up personal files. If you do not back up personal files, the data is lost.

1. Restart the computer. To do this, click Start, click the arrow next to the Lock button, and then click Restart.

2. As the computer restarts, press the F8 key until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears on the screen.

You must press F8 before the Windows logo appears on the screen. If you press F8 after the Windows logo appears, the Advanced Boot Options menu does not appear on the screen. If you do not see the Advanced Boot Options menu, restart the computer, and then repeat this step until you see the menu on the screen.

3. Press the (Down Arrow) to select Repair Your Computer on the Advanced Boot Options menu, and then press Enter.

4. Specify the language settings that you want, and then click Next.

5. Log in as a user who has administrative credentials, and then click OK.

6. Click Dell Factory Image Restore.

7. In the Dell Factory Image Restore window, click Next.

8. Click to select the check box for Yes, reformat hard drive and restore system software to factory condition.

9. Click Next. The computer is restored to the default factory configuration.

10. When the restore operation is completed, click Finish to restart the computer

sachi 28 March 2011 at 17:02

Hi mallu thank u for your feed back...keep on check this blog for new tips.

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