“This device cannot work properly until you restart your computer. (Code 14)”
The above Windows code 14 error is a common problem for millions of Windows systems right now. In many cases, it was caused by the way in which the Windows system will often generate temporary conflicts with the drivers or software using on your PC. That is, if the system cannot correctly read the required file and settings to run a certain piece of PC hardware, an error code 14 message will display.
After learning many forms and studies, I found that the Windows error code 14 can be caused by many different reasons. But the first thing you should do is to restart the computer and give a different IDE cable a try. After finishing all the repairs needed, the code 14 error message will go forever.
Then, you have to make sure the computer is totally clean from viruses. We know that a computer virus is a small malicious software computer program that is intentionally developed to harm the computer. Even though your computer is only for daily usage, the viruses can get onto your computer secretly, for example, via removable media, e-mail attachments or internet downloads. Once get onto the computer, they can infect and corrupt other software on your computer to greatly destroy your computer, your hard disk and delete & erase data on your computer. If the system cannot locate the required files to access your hardware device, a Windows code 14 error message will generate immediately.
After removing PC viruses, check and make sure no error existing on the hard disk. Often times, the Windows code 14 error or runtime error 1812 will display when your PC fails to read a file within the hard disk. Here, I take Windows XP as an example to show you how to do this job:
* Double-click My Computer, and then right-click the hard disk you want to check.
* Click Properties, and then click Tools.
* Click Check Now under Error-checking. Then a dialog box with the Check disk options will display:
->To run Chkdsk in read-only mode, you can simply click Start.
->To repair errors without scanning the volume for bad sectors, select the “Automatically fix file system errors” check box.
->To repair errors, locate bad sectors, and recover readable information, select the “Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors” check box.
-> Click Start and follow the on-screen steps to do the job for you.
By the way, it is quite important that you can check and make sure all hardware are running correctly. Hardware issues can be one main cause for the Windows code 14 error. For example, when the memory stick is not plugged correctly, you won’t start up the PC properly as before. Take several minutes to check and make sure that all hardware on your PC is all functioning correctly.
Finally, in order to permanently deal with Windows error code 14 messages, you should not miss one important thing – clean up Windows registry. The registry that contained in the Windows-based Windows operating system is a complex set of instructions. They are essential commands that needed by the system to run your computer and all other hardware/software properly. However, an error in the Windows registry database is normally a main cause for the sluggish computer performance, PC boot up/shutdown problems or some other PC error messages. So, to ensure the smooth running of your computer without code 14 error messages, do remember to run a registry cleanup utility to thoroughly scan & fix all registry errors.
Just as what you can learn from the above discussion, even though many aspects can bring in the appearance of Windows code 14 error, you are able to troubleshoot and fix it on your own. Keep on performing the above steps, and I believe you can run the computer properly all the time without other error code 14 related errors.
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