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Microsoft Workplace Error 1324 Correct - How to Restore Error 1324 Errors With Office

05th July 2011
Error 1324 is brought on by invalid characters discovered in Windows registry. These characters develop problems simply because they hinder correct processing of apps,like their set up. Usually, when there are invalid characters in the registry, the compu... Read >
Author: Ernie Terry

Where Permissions Are Stored

30th November 2010
The first version of the NTFS file system stored security descriptors with each file MCITP Certification and folder, and with each registry key. If a permission was changed on a folder, all files and folders below that folder inherited the permission chan... Read >
Author: Shirley

Word doc corruption due to Document Map? Steps to repair

22nd September 2010
Word document corruption can occur due to a variety of reasons. One of the relatively less cited reasons is use of Document Map option. The Document Map allows you to quickly go through a long Word document whilst keeping track of your location in it. It ... Read >
Author: jeny

Does Explorer EXE Get Modified, Corrupted Or Infected? - The Best Solution to Fix Explorer EXE!

03rd September 2010
When you log into your account, explorer.exe starts: first you may see the task bar and all the icons, but suddenly they disappear, all you get is the desktop background. After rebooting, everything seems to be normal again, but soon you will only see the... Read >
Author: Tocolue

Can not Remove Trend Micro InterScan Messaging Security Suite?

10th August 2010
Have you ever met the problem that you can not remove and uninstall Trend Micro InterScan Messaging Security Suite thru the Windows standard Add/Remove programs, you can not find out this program there, or the un-installation process just hangs and never ... Read >
Author: Ianchan1985

Repairing MS Word 2007 document due to Document Map option

23rd May 2010
If you are an extensive MS Word user, then you must have used the 'Document Map' option. This option is very handy and can make your document appear more structured and organized. However, sometimes you may have noticed that this feature sometimes gets yo... Read >
Author: jeny

Rectifying “An unexpected error occurred” Error in Microsoft PowerPoint

01st March 2010
Are you encountering errors while opening, or saving a PowerPoint presentation? Are you unable to access data from a Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 presentation? This behavior may occur due to either corruption or I/O errors in the presentation. In both the ca... Read >
Author: Eric justice

Fixing The Unmountable Boot Volume Blue Screen Stop Error

18th February 2010
Perhaps one of the most irritating problems that can occur on a Windows OS is the Unmountable Boot Volume blue screen error message. A computer might experience this problem after a piece of software has been updated or installed. The cause for this is us... Read >
Author: Phil Tsang

Solve Problems of Empty Registry Keys

08th February 2010
Do you know what empty registry keys are? Empty registry keys are also called registry holes. They can increase the size of the registry, but they have no value in the registry. This uncontrolled growth of the registry may cause severe damage by corrup... Read >
Author: Teresaqijin

Computer Freezes? – How To Stop Computer Freezing And Blue Screen

15th October 2009
Like blue screen and blank screen, computer freezing is an annoying problem to Windows XP, Vista users. I researched for a long time for the reason why computer kept freezing. Finally, when I found it, I was in big surprise! It was Windows registry whi... Read >
Author: John Alt

Damage Registry of SQL Server Agent Cause Database Corruption in SQL Server 2008

21st September 2009
Registry is the most important component of Microsoft Windows operating system. Whenever you install a software (such as Microsoft SQL Server 2008) or hardware on your computer, a new registry hive is created. But in case if the registry entries of Micros... Read >
Author: colindolly

How to fix DVD/CD-ROM drives (Code 39 error) in Windows XP or Vista

06th January 2009
DVD/CD-ROM drives (Code 39 error) At present, the player's devices are CD-ROM, DVD-ROM. The faults are caused by hardware and software kinds. Considering the mechanical is too difficult to the inexperienced, so we here just focus on software dealing with... Read >
Author: CharlesBerge
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