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What causes a “Computer Monitoring Error” and how to fix it?

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on January 14th, 2013 | Leave a comment

Some computer will encounter a “Computer Monitoring Error” message after their servers updated to the UR2 release or some other latest version. Typically, this error happens when one of the Alert evaluation components in Home Server 2011 tries to iterate through the records of all client computers in the network. And it may throw an unhandled exception when the component accesses the record of a client computer that was removed. Though some users know such reasons to the “Computer Monitoring Error”, they do not know how to fix it.

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To avoid and fix the “Computer Monitoring Error” message, make sure that you have never removed the certificate authority and changed the workgroup name after install. If you have ever done this, reset them again and it may solve the problem instantly for you.

Sometimes, sometimes the hard drive might have been the cause of the “Computer Monitoring Error” if it was the system hard drive that had gone bad. Hence, the second thing you should do right now is to check and verify that all errors on your hard drive have been detected and solved completely. To do this, follow these steps:

*Go to Start and open My Computer.
*Right-click on the drive you wish to check and go to Properties.
*Go to the Tools tab and click on the Check Now button.
* A pop-up window will appear and ask you whether you want to “Automatically fix file system errors” and “Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors”.
*Make sure you check both checkboxes; if not, the Check Disk process will only report errors without fixing them for you.
*Click Start to launch the tool.
*Wait for several minutes and follow the on-screen steps to fix all hard disk errors for you.

Sometimes, a missing system file can stop the sever or even the computer to run properly by showing you constant “Computer Monitoring Error” messages. After fixing the hard disk errors, take several minutes to check & fix deal with the missing system files on your computer. And one simple utility that helps you to do this is the Windows built-in System Restore utility – it helps to get your computer back to a previous status easily and make it run correctly again. To launch it, just perform these instructions:

*Navigate to the Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools program group and choose System Restore.
*Choose the Restore my computer to an earlier time radio button and then click Next to continue.
*Choose an available date on the calendar on the left.
*Choose a specific restore point on the right.
*Click Next >.
*Click Next > on the Confirm Restore Point Selection window to begin the System Restore.
* By following the on-screen steps, you will be able to get the computer back to a previous status without the “Computer Monitoring Error” appears.

If above the above solutions you still get the “Computer Monitoring Error” message, make sure that the computer is totally virus clean. Computer viruses are usually designed by some hackers with malicious purpose to invade or destroy computer system without users’ notice. For example, they can attack & remove any system file from the hard disk, collect & steal your person information, reset your computer & web browser’s settings, etc. If the computer or sever cannot locate the required system files to accomplish your request, some error messages such as Not enough memory will appear. It is highly advised that you can have an antivirus antispyware program running in the background to realtime block & remove PC threats at any time.

However, the most common reason for “Computer Monitoring Error” is due to Windows registry errors. All registry error messages are created in the same place inside your system – in a big database called the ‘registry’ – a big database that used to store all sorts of information and settings about your computer, ranging from your desktop wallpaper to your latest emails. It’s a very important part of your system which is constantly being accessed by Windows and at the same time, it also the main cause for many computer errors. That is to say, when the system cannot locate the needed registry entries to finish your request, an error such as “Computer Monitoring Error” will appear again and again. After performing all the above steps, download & install a registry fix tool to completely scan and fix all errors inside the registry database.

Get the “Computer Monitoring Error” frequently? Want to run the computer correctly all the time? It is high time that you should take instant actions to well maintain your whole PC and solve all errors inside the PC timely.

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