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Windows error 183 – Repair Windows error 183 easily

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on March 25th, 2013 | Leave a comment
“System error 183. Cannot create file when that file already exists” When trying to access a folder, users will come to the chance to inevitably get the above Windows error 183 message. Sometimes, the Windows code 183 error may appear when you use some programs such as Adobe Acrobat. Typically, this happens when the temporary file paths of Windows not being able to function correctly or when something goes wrong with the system itself. >>> Read More

How to deal with Windows Media “Did not fit on device” problem?

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on March 18th, 2013 | Leave a comment
Some users complain that when trying to add some files to MP3, play or copy some songs via Windows Media Player, they keep on getting a message saying “file did not fit on device”. Sometimes, this error message appears even if there is enough room on the device (selected in Tools/Devices option). Because of this annoying popping-up error message, they are not able to transfer, play songs, etc via Windows Media Player properly. Here, taking my own experience as an example, I am going to tell you how to deal with this Windows Media “Did not fi >>> Read More

Windows 127 error – Fix Windows 127 error instantly

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on March 9th, 2013 | Leave a comment
“ITunes was not installed correctly. Please reinstall ITunes. Error 7 (Windows Error 127)” Windows error 127 is also known as iTunes error 7, which usually occurs when iTunes has failed or aborted an installation. We know that iTunes is what lots of PC users prefer to install one the PC to share and enjoy some files properly, but it at the same time can be problematic if an update fails or when some registry entries/associated files corrupt. >>> Read More

Various Windows system error – How to get rid of them?

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on February 25th, 2013 | Leave a comment
Are you annoyed with the various Windows system errors while using the computer? Do you desired to run the computer properly all the time without some error messages like Twain_32.dll error or error 8002F957 message? I think this is the hope of every PC user but the problem is that, it is inevitable for the computer to suffer from kinds of errors no matter it is new or not. What is up and how can you get rid of them? Here are some common tips that you can do in your daily life to make PC run properly without some unexpected errors. >>> Read More

How to deal with “Windows – Read error” easily yourself?

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on February 20th, 2013 | Leave a comment
Upon running the computer, it is quite easy for you to get various error messages. Some are fake, in fact! And the Windows – Read error is one of them. The purpose of these errors is to make the users believe that the computer is in a terrible & dangerous situation, and needs to purchase some certain programs to get rid of it. Actually, there is nothing wrong with the PC and you are able to get rid of the Windows – Read error easily on your own. >>> Read More

What causes system error 85 and how to fix it?

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on January 31st, 2013 | Leave a comment
When connecting to the hard drive or some external hard drives, some users will angrily get some undesired error messages like “USB device not recognized” or system error 85, and fail to connect to the drive properly. Typically, a system error 85 reads like “System error 85 has occurred. The local device name is already in use”. And it is commonly caused if the drive letter that is being mapped by the net use command is already mapped in the user’s properties. >>> Read More

How to fix 0X8007007e computer error?

Posted by in Blog Windows update errors
on January 28th, 2013 | Leave a comment
When using the Windows Update website to download or update some service packs, you may find that the service FAILS to continue and return you an error message saying that: “Error IUENGINE Determining machine configuration (Error 0X8007007E: The specified module could not be found.)” Well, such kind of Windows update error message is quite common and stops you from downloading /installing the desired updates successfully. But in this article, you will get solutions to fix 0X8007007E computer error simply. >>> Read More

How do I fix Invalid Monitor Handle error?

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on January 16th, 2013 | Leave a comment
“modernstartscreen” “Invalid Monitor Handle” When changing the wallpaper for the screen, have you ever received an error indicating one of the above error messages? Lots of users complain that they sometimes encounter the above Invalid Monitor Handle error message while trying to change some settings and the only way they can do at this time is to undo the change so as to stop the message from popping up. What is up and how can you fix this computer error instantly? >>> Read More

How to improve PC speed and repair computer errors?

Posted by in Blog Maintain PC performance
on January 10th, 2013 | Leave a comment
How to improve pc speed and repair computer errors is a very frequent-asked question for most people. We all know that with the regular use of the PC, as you copying and saving files, installing and removing software consistently, the computer performance is losing gradually together with lots of error messages popping up. Why is up? This is because as with the more programs you install or uninstall, the more sites you visit, the more things the computer has to record and load and the slower the computer will be. Just take it easy and here is h >>> Read More

Access Violation error – Troubleshoot and repair Access Violation error instantly

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on November 19th, 2012 | Leave a comment
Upon starting up the PC, launching a program or even visiting a web page, the users will annoyingly get an Access Violation error messages such as “Access Violation Error at address 00423B70 in Module Comcast” or “Access Violation at address 500B6430 in module rtl150.bpl” … Any of this error message will stop you from starting up the computer or launching some certain programs correctly. Basically, an access violation tells that an application you are running is trying to use a portion of the Random Access Memory (RAM) that was being used >>> Read More